Heritage Park Historical Village
Calgary, AB - T2V 2X3
Type: History Museum
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The Heritage Park Historical Village is a living history museum which was established in 1964. It features 127 acres of parkland found on the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir and is currently the largest living history museum in the country and among the most visited attractions in the city of Calgary.
The park showcases more than 100 exhibits including a roundhouse that show railway equipment, the 1913 Little Synagogue on the Prairie, the Town Square, horse-drawn wagons, a Hudson’s Bay Company trading fort and many more. During its major expansion in 2009, many new additions to the park included buildings that show western Canada in the 1930s and 1940s.
The park only opens during two operating seasons. The Historical Village is available to the public from the long weekend in May to the long weekend during Thanksgiving. Gasoline Alley Museum and the Heritage Town Square is open all year round.
Besides this history museum, there are six more history museums listed in Calgary. There's also one hundred and twelve attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Heritage Park Historical Village on the map above. If you need any other information on Heritage Park Historical Village that is not listed here, please call (403) 268-8500 or visit their website.
More information on Heritage Park Historical Village is listed bellow.
Senior(65+ yrs): $20.50
Youth (7-15 yrs): $18.75
Child (3 - 7 yrs): $13.50
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