Welcome to Fort Edmonton Park Photo Gallery!

One of Edmonton's premier attractions, the Park represents four distinct time periods, exploring Edmonton's development from a fur trade post in the vast Northwest, to a booming metropolitan centre after the First World War. The park features over 75 structures many of which are the originals. Costumed interpreters operate the site and live the way of the past. Exploring each building, each room, and talking to the 'inhabitants' makes for an extremely enjoyable recreational visit. This attraction can be viewed in a few hours or may take many return visits to appreciate the sense of the past.

Enjoy the park

Free steam engine train rides from the park entrance to the Fort as well as free streetcar rides down 1905 and 1920 streets. Period rides such as wagon, stagecoach, pony and buggy are a big hit with everyone on 1885 stret and can be enjoyed for a nominal fee.

Let Fort Edmonton Park take you back in time! The park is open to the public daily from the May long week-end to Labor Day and is located on the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River just below the Quesnell Bridge in west Edmonton.


Hours of operation & admittance fees

For park hours of operation and admittance fees, and other information please visit the

City of Edmonton -
Fort Edmonton Park Website by clicking















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