Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton


Head back in time at Canada’s largest living history museum.

Named after an early European settlement in the area that is now Edmonton, Fort Edmonton Park brings the city’s history to life with original buildings and replicas. The park focuses on four separate eras, including Edmonton’s early days as a fur trading outpost. Costumed tour guides keep things lively, while the park’s Mahogany Bar Room is the perfect spot for a post-tour cocktail.

If You Go

7000 143 St.
Edmonton, Alberta AB T5J 2R7

+1 780-496-7381

Hours vary by season

Public Transportation: 
Bus and light rail serve Fort Edmonton Park

Recommended time to spend: 
At least two hours

Where to stay

Radisson Hotel & Convention Center Edmonton

The fitness centre, steam room, close to 15,000 square feet of meeting facilities, and a restaurant and pub including a pool table and jukebox make Radisson Hotel & Convention Center Edmonton a great place for guests to stay. The hotel is perfect for conferences, as it can hold up to 500 people, and is just Southeast of Downtown.

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