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Fort Steele Heritage Town

9851 Highway 93/95, Fort Steele, British Columbia V0B 1N0, Canada
+1 250-417-6000
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Beautiful Town

We brought our parents & kids through on the way back to Montana from Banff. We all had a great... read more

Reviewed July 1, 2016
summervacation27
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Warner Robins, Georgia
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A Must to see

Let me start off by saying, see the Heritage Park on a day that is not raining. The park is a... read more

Reviewed June 24, 2016
gjsamson
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Halifax, Canada
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This restored 19th-century "Wild West" town features live performances as well as horse-drawn carriage rides.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good31%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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9851 Highway 93/95, Fort Steele, British Columbia V0B 1N0, Canada
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Reviewed July 1, 2016 via mobile

We brought our parents & kids through on the way back to Montana from Banff. We all had a great time visiting the town. We listened to a storyteller, climbed the tower, rode in a covered wagon pulled by Clydesdales, ate lunch at the International...More

Thank summervacation27
Reviewed June 24, 2016

Let me start off by saying, see the Heritage Park on a day that is not raining. The park is a wonderful way to experience the history of the Fort Steele area. The staff that are re-enactor and the educators at the different locations do...More

Thank gjsamson
Reviewed June 22, 2016

Like many Heritage places the staff are in period dress in the shops and buildings on display. The added touch comes with the cast of characters doing reenactments in the streets of the town. A mix of restored and buildings left to decay with dignity...More

Thank huffer1
Reviewed June 18, 2016

Having seen films and tv programmes showing frontier life it was great to see it first hand. Take a trip on the wagon pulled by the shire horses, the drivers are very informative. We enjoyed a cup of coffee and cinnamon bun at the bakery....More

Thank Marion_Harvey
Reviewed June 16, 2016 via mobile

I thought this would be on of these places where we would keep busy for an hour, but we found a lot of fun activities for 3 hours. We saw Clydesdales, farm animals and many historical buildings. We learned how to pan for gold and...More

Thank carpyman
Reviewed June 7, 2016 via mobile

This was my second visit to Fort steele The first was 10 years ago. Had a great time lots to see and do. This time not so much almost everything was closed. We couldn't even pan for gold..... this was a highlight last time. We...More

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Reviewed May 10, 2016 via mobile

We loved Fort Steele. Make sure you give yourself lots of time to go through it though. We spent better part of 3 hours there and felt like we had to rush to see everything before they closed up. The displays are fantastic, there's even...More

Thank Byron N
Reviewed May 2, 2016

This was our first time in years. Also the first day of the new season. We did the Gossip Tour, and had the guide to ourself as there wasn't any one else there. She was so fabtastic and well educated on the history of the...More

Thank christiner754
Reviewed April 26, 2016

Fort Steele Heritage town is a really neat place to visit. It's free entry but they ask for a donation if you can afford it. It's like every western you've ever seen where the cowboy rides into a deserted town. Some original buildings but most...More

Thank Jackie T
Reviewed April 25, 2016 via mobile

Walking through the old village that existed at the very site was thrilling. Looking into the life's of the villagers was fun. Walking down the streets, visiting public buildings, seeing their machineries. Made us want to settle down in such warm small towns when the...More

Thank riojjacob
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Barb S
August 22, 2016|
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Response from Roxie321 |
I am the baker and we make everything on site except Sausage rolls and veggie rolls. I make everything from scratch. There are 2 of us that make sure there are baked goods 7 days àweek. Not sure why you don't think we make... More
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1robert
June 14, 2016|
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Response from Laura S |
There are wooden boardwalks that are ramped for access to the buildings as well as a ramp up to the train. In places where there are no boardwalks the roads are very well maintained. Shouldn't be a problem.
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Laura S
June 8, 2016|
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Response from CarolynMcI | Reviewed this property |
We were there in June . . it was great.
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