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Heritage Park

Heritage Park

star-4.5
47 Reviews
1900 Heritage Dr SW, Calgary, AB, Canada

The Basics

Canada’s largest living history museum is divided into several sections, with something to interest pretty much every visitor of every age. If you are there in summer, you won’t want to miss a ride on the midway rides, the steam train, or the wagons that criss-cross the park. The Historic Village houses many restored and original buildings. Gasoline Alley, open year-round, is where you’ll find vehicles from the golden age of the automobile.

If you plan to visit several times in a year, an annual pass is a great value.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Calgary

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Heritage Park is always a fun filled day
Juanita_R, Sep 2021
Heritage Park General Admission
I’ve been to Heritage Park many times with my own children and now I’ve taken a granddaughter with me. There’s so much to see and do, I usually find one day isn’t enough to take it all in. During this visit there were less actors and actresses role playing throughout the park.
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Excellent experience
Kelly_P, Sep 2021
Heritage Park General Admission
Great place!! Too big to see and do all in one day!! Awesome for families, something for everyone!! Family and grandchildren, loved bakery and candy store!!
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Amazing day out
Marilyn22262, Nov 2019
Heritage Park General Admission
lovely day out, lots to do and see, step back in time and ride the steam train, also a paddle boat ride which was amazing.
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Heritage Park
Puffun, Oct 2019
Heritage Park General Admission
Even on a cold snowy day this was a very interesting visit. Staff were very helpful and knowledgable

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Heritage Park is perfect for families and history buffs who enjoy an immersive experience.

  • The park operates in all weather, so dress appropriately.

  • There are various on-site eateries, including restaurants, cafés, a bakery, an ice cream parlor, and other concessions.

  • Gasoline Alley and the Heritage Square shops and restaurants are accessible to wheelchair users, yet the buildings in the Historic Village mainly are not.

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How to Get There

Heritage Park is located southwest of downtown Calgary beside the Glenmore Reservoir. Most visitors drive; there is paid parking in the on-site lot. You can also take the route 502 bus between the Heritage C-Train station and Heritage Park, or a taxi or rideshare.

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When to Get There

Heritage Park hours vary seasonally. From Victoria Day (first Monday preceding May 25) until Labor Day (first Monday of September), all areas of the park are open. After Labor Day until Canadian Thanksgiving (second Monday of October), the Historical Village is open only on Saturdays and Sundays; it closes for the season after the Thanksgiving weekend. Gasoline Alley and the Heritage Square shops and eateries are open daily throughout the year.

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Heritage Park Ghost Tours

Rumors of things that go bump in the night have long haunted Heritage Park. In the fall, ghost tours (all ages or adults only) give visitors a chilling experience of the spirits who may or may not inhabit the park. Prior to Halloween, the ghosts and goblins come to play for more hauntingly good times at several special events.

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