Fort Edmonton Park

7000 143 Street, Edmonton, AB T6H 4P3, Canada

Fort Edmonton Park is the largest living history museum in Canada by area. It features recreations of Edmonton in different stages of its history. The park is spread over 158 acres.

Fort Edmonton Park is made up of four sections, each representing an era. The first era is represented by the fort of 1846, the second era represented by the 1885 Street, Third era by 1905 Street, and fourth era by 1920 Street.

Visitors may board a fully functional steam train at the park's entrance which transports them across the length of the park to the fort. Also visitors can ride horse-drawn carriages, streetcars, and automobiles in the appropriate eras.

Rides on the train and streetcars are free with admission; But rides on horse-drawn vehicles require a fee.

Fort Edmonton Park is owned by the City of Edmonton and operated by the Fort Edmonton Management Company.

Mapview of Fort Edmonton Park

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