There’s plenty to keep you amused at Fort Edmonton Park. You can test your shooting skills in the Shooting Gallery, play a game of Tom Thumb Miniature Golf or experience the excitement or a real 1920′s-style Midway.
- Shooting Gallery - Test your shooting skill and accuracy in this turn of the century shooting gallery. Listen to the player piano, and try out the historical arcade machines.
- Tom Thumb Miniature Golf - All the rage in the 1920s, miniature golf is challenging and relaxing. Play a game with the whole family or get in a quick nine on your own.
- Midway & Exhibition - Ride the beautiful hand-carved horses on the carousel, soar to the heavens on the Ferris wheel, and test yourself with games of skill. Experience the excitement of a real 1920s-style Midway. Tickets for all of the amusements can be purchased at the admissions centre or at on-site stores.
Tickets - $1.25 per ticket
|Rides & Games||Tickets|
|Midway Rides & Games||1 or 2|
|Shooting Gallery (2 shots)||1|
|Shooting Gallery (5 shots)||2|
All above prices inclusive of GST
Take a ride into the past on the Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Railway, original streetcars, buggy rides, wagon rides, stagecoach or pony rides.
Edmonton, Yukon & Pacific Railway
Your admission includes unlimited rides on our 1919 Baldwin Steam Train, which will take you from the train station to our 1846 Hudson’s Bay Fort and return if you wish. Go to www.friendsofengine107.com to see photos or watch a video and learn more about this authentic 92 year-old steam engine, which has been at Fort Edmonton Park since 1977. Free of charge. See the daily train schedule.
Our train is able to accommodate some strollers. However some recreational or tandem strollers do not fit on board. Strollers cannot exceed amaximum 24 inches wide by 48 inches long. Strollers must be lightweight and foldable. Wagons cannot be accommodated on the train.
The caboose is wheelchair accessible. The train conductor can assist with boarding. Free for wheelchair patrons.
Your admission includes rides on the streetcars, which ride the rails to 1905 and 1920 streets. The Edmonton Radial Railway Society restores and maintains all of the Park’s streetcars. Free of charge.
As a safety policy, we are no longer able to accommodate strollers, walkers, wheelchairs or wagons on our street cars.
The rides start at McDougall’s general store on 1885 Street. This quiet, scenic loop past the pond and the Fort takes about 10 minutes.
Until 1891, the stagecoach was the only commercial means of transportation between Calgary and Edmonton. In 1885, the trip could last five days, but our own stagecoach takes about 10 minutes to travel through history on 1885 Street.
Check in at the Ottewell homestead farm yard. Ponies are for children who want to experience a little of the pioneer west.