Heritage Park Historical Village
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Calgary history in one place. Has an old tram that takes you from lower parking lots to entrance. Once inside the park there are rides and restaurants and exhibits from the last century.
Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 127 acres of parkland on the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir, along the city's southwestern edge. As Canada's second largest living history museum, it is one of the city's most visited tourist attractions.
With more than 200 exhibits and attractions spread over 127 acres of lush parkland, Heritage Park Historical Village has a lot to offer both the history buff and the pleasure seeker. It’s the perfect balance between historical fact, adventure, discovery and fun that makes our take on the tale of…
Visit the many restored houses, barns and stores. The bakery sells fresh made bread, oh the aroma. You can see blacksmithing, ride the paddlewheeler SSMoyie and prowse through Gasoline Alley.
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