2014 marks the 50th anniversary of Heritage Park, which is Canada’s oldest living history museum. Visitors can explore dozens of original buildings from around the province that have been moved to the 127 acre site. Heritage Park has four sections: Heritage Town Square, 1900s Living Historical Village, 1880s Pre-Railway Settlement, and 1860s Fur Trading Fort and First Nations Encampment. The video below gives a taste of how you’ll be immersed in the world of previous generations.
Heritage Park has many special activities to commemorate its 50th anniversary. Enjoy multiple parties, Music in the Plaza, a roving street theatre, Western Wildberry weekend, concerts, and more. You can buy a 2014 Anniversary Pass that comes with all of the Annual Pass benefits plus some additional privileges. Learn more here.