Step back in the past to Fort Edmonton Park. Learn the history of our beautiful city. Great rides and People in character. You also have to try the ice cream shop.
June 21, 2020
Great day-date place. Spend a few hours walking around, seeing historic buildings and the stories that has made this great province and city!
June 17, 2020
Fort Edmonton Park is Canada’s largest living history museum, which is made up of four sections, each of which depicts a different era.
June 7, 2020
Interpretive park that covers three different eras of Edmonton by-gone. Expect lots of walking, small towns recreated, complete with actors, and explorable buildings. Even has a functioning train! Great for half-day trips and picnics. Can be reached by bus just across the river, also has dedicated…
February 19, 2020
Lots of things to do , tons of fun, close to where you stay , about 30mins walk along the trail to it...But unfortunately it is under intensive improvements till May 2021... :( Can't wait...
“You cant come to Edmonton and miss out on visiting North America's largest mall. This mall offers you shopping, mini golf, ice rink, theatre, casino, hotels, water park, amusement park, ice rink, aquarium and much more all under one roof. ”
“The Muttart Conservatory is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It is a city-operated botanical garden that has three greenhouses, four pyramids and public gardens. The four pyramids sit around a central core and were designed by British architect Peter Hemingway. They house several plants from different biomes, including Australian, Asia and Canada.”