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Awesome hotel on site

Selkirk hotel has an amazing atmosphere and dining room and bar...longest bar in Canada they say... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Murray W
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Great family activity

The staff is wonderful and we always have a great time. This is also a great location for field... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tracey S
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Park featuring recreations of Edmonton in different stages of its history.
On Whitemud Dr, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2R7, Canada
+1 780-496-7381
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Selkirk hotel has an amazing atmosphere and dining room and bar...longest bar in Canada they say. Staff were amazing. Touted the park at another time...amazing..take a step back in time on a sunny afternoon..worth every penny!

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Murray W
Reviewed 1 week ago

The staff is wonderful and we always have a great time. This is also a great location for field trips as it shares so much history,

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Tracey S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I visited the park for their Halloween haunted house event. It was a very good set up. Very spooky. They had several fog machines to set the mood on arrival. The lineups were not too long and the actors were amazing. Full costume and great...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank rebeccak842
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Awesome historical site lots of local history period actors played their parts superbly. There is an awesome steam train that gives rides around the park is great for train enthusiasts not just a museum but more like a living museum fun experience for the whole...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank M6478
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Love coming here. Great way to spend a nice day in the summer. Tons of things to do, lots of interaction. Super fun. The theatre is by far the coolest I have been to. I live in Edmonton, and go every year!

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank tallyallyah
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Great family outing. Something for everyone. We spent the entire day experiencing the old days of Edmonton.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank zahidasalman
Reviewed January 13, 2019 via mobile

All you need to know about history of Edmonton can be found here, the Fort Edmonton Park. My friends loved this place so much. You should visit this if you come to Edmonton

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed January 13, 2019 via mobile

The park was amazing. The sights are well worth it and it's for all ages. Seniors to small kids. My kids love the old fashion midway! So much fun

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Cassandra K
Reviewed December 30, 2018

Ive been twice and I would love to go again one day soon. This place has so much character and is great for all ages young and old. The train was fun the first time we went with the kids and the street car was...More

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Greg M
Reviewed December 19, 2018 via mobile

Kids enjoyed the visit here. Some attractions are closed due to renovation but overall a great 3 hrs spent here.

Date of experience: October 2018
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Fortedmonton P, SM Expert at Fort Edmonton Park, responded to this reviewResponded December 21, 2018

Thanks for your review! We're so glad you enjoyed your visit.

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Helena f
October 10, 2018|
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Response from Fortedmonton P | Property representative |
Hi there Helena! We are in fact closed for general admission over the winter months. However, we will still be hosting special, ticketed events. More information on Christmas events will be posted to our website in November!
August 17, 2018|
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Response from Fortedmonton P | Property representative |
Hi there! Our last day of operation is September 3rd, but we also host events throughout the year. For example, our Harvest Hoedown will be taking place on September 21! We recommend keeping an eye on the event page on our... More
Elaine A
July 15, 2018|
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Response from Fortedmonton P | Property representative |
Hi Elaine! Fort Edmonton Park is a bicycle free zone, and bikes are not allowed inside the Park.
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Suzy I
Family trip to Alberta In July 2014 (8 Replies)
Hi My husband & I and our 2 daughters (age 12 & 6) are travelling to Calgary in July from the UK. We will be in Canada for 3 weeks. We have relatives in Calgary and plan to spend the 1st week staying with them and the the middle week travelling up to Banff, Jasper and over to Edmonton and back to Calgary and then spend the last week again with relatives in Calgary. I was looking for some advice on how to we should break up the driving from Calgary-Banff -Jasper- Edmonton-Calgary. ...More
May 31, 2014|
Response fromlttt|
leave calgary in the morning so you can spend the day in banff...you probably can't check into your hotel until mid afternoon. spend 3 nights in banff - doing a day trip to the lake louise area via highway 1A, , drive to jasper via the icefield parkway, spend 2 nights in jasper, spend the morning in jasper and then take take hwy 16 east to edmonton (if you are hungry, stop in edson at mountain pizza), spend 2 nights and drive back to calgary via highway 2 - if it's a hot day and you want a...More
Sechelt, BC
Reitman’s or the Royal Alberta Museum? (4 Replies)
Hi Folks ~~~~~~ a friend is travelling to Edmonton and as I used to live here asked me what attractions to see. I fondly remember Fort Edmonton as being one of the best places to spend a day and - way back when - the Royal Alberta Museum was one of my favourites too. So we venture over here to look these attractions up in the “what to do” section. Not surprisingly Fort Edmonton is number one but the Royal Alberta museum is listed at #44 of 48? So here is the kicker - how the heck did...More
October 18, 2010|
Response fromMissWanderlustCA|
That seems totally bizarre to me. I love the Museum - I even got married there. I would still recommend it to your friend for sure. I'm going to be going there soon to check out the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit.
mich w
Toronto, Canada
Any suggestions or must sees in Brooks AB/Waterton Lakes? (6 Replies)
Planning road trip in late Aug...1st stop Edmonton AB...plan to visit Fort Edmonton Park, Alberta Museum//Muttart Edmonton.......then on to Brooks AB...will visit Dinosaur Provincial Park, take Explorer's Bus Tour...dig for Dinosaur fossils... on to Pincher Creek, AB...visit Waterton Lakes National Park and Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump...visit writing on stone in Provincial Park...Any suggestions or must sees would be appreciated...
August 11, 2013|
Response fromCamping_Girl|
Writing on Stone PP and Waterton Lakes NP are quite a distance apart, I hope you are aware of that. From the way your post is written it gives me the impression that you think they are close by. Having said that, Writing on Stone PP is worth the detour. Early morning and late evening when the sun is at its lowest is the best time to view the pictoglyphs. You don't mention how much time you have for your road trip. If you have some time to spare you may want to detour south while at...More