Providing the best in living history, Fort Edmonton Park is nestled on 64 hectares (158 acres) of wooded parkland along Edmonton’s river valley. What began as a Canada Centennial project in 1967 to reconstruct the old Fort Edmonton, quickly grew to encompass much more. The Park now includes the 1846 Hudson’s Bay Fort as well as the Streets of 1885, 1905, and 1920, depicting the evolution of Edmonton’s early history.
Over the years the Park has offered visitors a portal to the past. It has set the stage for thousands of life-marking events. It is a place where traditions are born and generations intermingle. Most importantly, the Park is a place for people to spend time together and have fun. It is Canada’s largest living history museum.