Escape Today, at Heritage Park Historical Village!
Calgary, AB – On Saturday, May 21, the Historical Village at Heritage Park will open for its 52nd season of discovery, adventure and fun!
The midway will be in full swing, the candy jars fully stocked and the bakery shelves lined with freshly baked cheese buns. Explore over 180 exhibits, join in a variety of activities and meet the adorable new farm animals.
On all three days, the first 500 guests through the gates before 10:30 a.m. can enjoy a complimentary pancake breakfast, with paid gate admission, served hot off the grill in Gunn’s Dairy Barn.
Explore the waters of the Glenmore Reservoir aboard the S.S. Moyie paddlewheel boat, take a trip around the Park on an antique steam train and get a birds-eye-view of the Park atop the big red Ferris wheel – as often as you like. Park admission includes unlimited rides, all of the daily hands-on activities and admission to the premiere of the new musical Trainload of Trouble.
This season the Park’s luxury dining experience, the River Forth Dining Car will be returning to the rails every Tuesday afternoon for a historically inspired lunch. Traditional Afternoon Tea’s on the verandah of the Famous 5 Centre of Canadian Women will be available both Saturdays and Sundays and the ever popular Captain’s Cruises will set sail Thursday evenings in July and August. The Park’s free summer concert series, Music in the Plaza returns every Wednesday evening to the front of the Park and guests can bring their own picnic, or enjoy the concerts while dining on casually elegant Canadian cuisine at the Selkirk Grille patio.
Heritage Park Historical Village is open daily from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. from May 21 until September 5, then weekends only until October 10. Gasoline Alley Museum is open year-round. A Family Annual Pass Plus, valid for up to six people, includes parking, discounts on food, retail and special event tickets plus unlimited rides, and is only $233.00 for the entire year.
For more information, click here or call 403-268-8500.
For more information contact:
Barb Munro, Communications Specialist
Heritage Park Historical Village