• 23 Skidoo | A Vaudeville Show

    Join the hilarious backstage antics of the "Capitolians" as they bring to the stage the best in vintage entertainment.

  • Spirits of the Selkirk | Murder Mystery

    It is 1922, Citizens have elected the first female alderman. At the Hotel Selkirk, friends and family of the late Daisy McGrath gather to commemorate her life but strange things begin to happen...

  • Oliver Swain | Live in Concert

    Join us for an evening of folk music. Pushing the boundaries of folk by fusing jazz and soul into his traditional base, Swain's career spans over fifteen years.

  • Sunday Brunch | Every Sunday

    Gather your clan for Sunday Brunch at Johnson’s Cafe at the historic Hotel Selkirk in Fort Edmonton Park. Enjoy a scrumptious meal then take a stroll around the park.

  • Sweet Treat | An Old-Fashioned Easter

    Celebrate spring with us and experience the joy and excitement of the new season. The popular egg hunt and Easter bunny are back this year.

  • Easter Sunday | Breakfast and Movie

    Treat the family to an Easter breakfast with the Easter bunny. There will be treats, spectacular performances and, of course, pancakes. Then travel back in time and watch the classic Easter Parade.

  • Cinema Series | Every Thursday

    Watch vintage movies in a vintage theatre. Join the Cinema Series family every Thursday at 7:30 pm.


Edmonton's Story, Make it Yours

Since opening its doors in 1974, Fort Edmonton Park has offered Edmontonians and visitors from around the world a looking glass into our past and provided passage to a richer appreciation of the lives of our forefathers. The Park is a natural place of reflection and contemplation, but it is also a place of community, where new memories are hatched and traditions born…

In its 40 years, the Park has played host to thousands of school outings, first dates, proposals, reunions, weddings, anniversaries, commemorations, birthdays, and seasonal celebrations. The Park not only reflects the City’s early history but it has also become an integral part of our recent history, as a community and as individuals.

Newcomers to Edmonton may be just discovering the local history to which they may now lay claim and long-term Edmontonians may have a family history that extends back for generations. In any case, Fort Edmonton Park belongs to anyone who chooses to make it a part of their story.