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As we prepare for our 50th year in 2014, we are reminded of why Heritage Park was built. We were created to celebrate the people, places and moments that defined the progress of Western Canada. We were built as an escape from the modern day -- a unique living history museum where the west was built right before your eyes. We are here to relive the progress of people and provide an entertaining, immersive experience to our visitors here and now.
Discover "How the West was Once" at Canada's largest living history museum, Heritage Park Historical Village, in Calgary, Alberta. Take a tour of the entire Park, from the year-round Heritage Town Square with shopping, an upscale restaurant, and the world-class Gasoline Alley Museum; to the streets of a 1910 town, Aboriginal Encampment, and more!
A general overview of all that Heritage Park Historical Village in Calgary, Alberta has to offer, year-round.
Heritage Town Square at Heritage Park is open year-round and has something for everyone. From unique shopping to elegant dining... The town square is home to the award winning Gasoline Alley Museum and the distinctly Canadian Selkirk Grille Restaurant. Bring your skates in the winter months for free skating on the all weather rink, or stop in at the Railway Cafe for a warm drink and some fresh baking. Learn how to brew your own beer in the 1930s brewery or pick up a rare antique from the Antiques & Collectables shop.
Experience the magic of Christmas past at Heritage Park Historical Village's Once Upon A Christmas. For five weekends leading up to Christmas you can enjoy heart warming, old-fashioned activities. Sing carols in St. Martin's Church, decorate gingerbread men,visit old St. Nicholas and his reindeer, tour the Park on a horse-drawn wagon, make old fashioned crafts, pick up unique Christmas gifts and fresh baking for everyone on your list!