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July 1

Heritage Park is open on July 1 

10a.m.- 5p.m.

Timed ticketing is no longer required but you can skip the line if you book online! 

The first 1000 guests at the Park will be treated to a mini butter tart!

Hop onboard the S.S. Moyie paddlewheel boat for a refreshing sail on the Glenmore Reservoir, take a tour on an antique steam train and go for a spin on five vintage midway rides!

Meet the baby farm animals at the Ranch, watch gold panning demonstrations in the new Prospect Ridge area and cool down in the coal mine.  Train to be a voyageur in the Hudson's Bay Company Fur Trading Fort and learn about the significance of a Blackfoot tipi in the First Nations Encampment. 

 Pick up some great Canadian treats available throughout the Park, enjoy a picnic to go on the lawn or reserve your table for an afternoon tea on the verandah. 

 

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Enjoy an Afternoon Tea on the Verandah on July 1.  Click here for more information. 

 

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Heritage Park has implemented the Restrictions Exemption Program. For more information visit our COVID-19 Information page