Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass

Fort Edmonton Park 150 Summer Pass

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Expecting visitors this summer?

In celebration of the 150th year of Confederation, Fort Edmonton Park will be offering a limited-time summer admission pass for $150 + GST!

The pass is good for unlimited all-inclusive admission, between July 1, 2017 – September 4, 2017 for:

  • 2 adults
  • and any combination of 4 other single admission daily passes of lesser value (child/youth/senior)

Terms and Conditions

  • Limited time offer will only be available for purchase from April 15, 2017, to July 1, 2017, inclusive
  • Pass valid for unlimited use between July 1, 2017 – September 4, 2017, inclusive
  • At least one 1 adult must be registered as a primary pass holder and present picture ID at the admission gate
  • You may invite whomever you wish; grandparents, cousins, neighbours, in-laws, etc.
  • Includes Steam Train, Street Car, Wagon and Johnny J. Jones Midway Rides
  • Does not include  Johnny J. Jones  Midway games of chance with prizes.
  • Please note the Canada 150 season pass does not offer any of the benefits of membership but permits flexibility in terms of the make-up of your party
  • Non-transferable
  • Non-refundable

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions
About the Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass

Price

$95+GST

 

$150+GST

 

$213.65+GST

Family One Day General Admission  

Fort Edmonton 150 Pass

 

Family Membership
All Inclusive Admission

– Including Steam Train, Street Car, Horse Wagon and Midway Rides, excluding games of chance.

2 adults 4 children  

2 adults

(Registered* – non transferable)

Any combination of 4 children/seniors

(Flexible)

2 adults 4 children (All pass holders must be registered – non-transferable)
Valid
One daily visit
Unlimited visits July 1 – September 4, 2017
Unlimited visits May 20 – September 24, 2017
Discounts
None  

None

 

Year Round Member Discounts

* At least one 1 adult must be registered as a primary pass holder and present picture ID at the admission gate

The Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass will cover the two registered adults and two of your children and any two child/youth/senior daily admissions. So bring the cousins, neighbours, friends, or grandparents(+60) each week between July 1, 2017, and September 4,  2017.

The pass will be valid for the two registered adults and any combination of four child/youth/senior admissions.

The Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass is only available for purchase from April 15th, 2017 until July 1, 2017, and valid half of the public season.

All of our admissions passes, and memberships include unlimited access to our rides which includes the steam train, street cars, horse drawn wagon rides and all the Johnny J. Jones Midway Rides.  This pass does not include the Johnny J. Jones midway games of skill and luck for prizes.

The pass requires that at least one adult be on the pass. You can have one adult be the primary pass holder and one as a guest, but that also means that you, as the sole pass holder on the account have to be present every time the pass is used.

Unfortunately, we don’t have an option for that with the 150 Pass. Your best option is to purchase a Family Membership and add your extra children on the pass for 10% off. You can read more about that here: https://www.fortedmontonpark.ca/all-events/memberships/

Absolutely! The pass is valid for any combination of guests up to a total of 6 people with a maximum of 2 adults. You can definitely have 1 adult and 5 children covered under the pass! We look forward to seeing you this summer!

The pass is valid for any combination of guests up to a total of 6 people, with a maximum of 2 adults, for each visit. That means if you have 2 adults and 2 children in your family, you can also bring 2 guests with you on each visit as long as they are a child/youth/senior.

Price Qty
Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass $150+GST $150.00 (CAD)*  

* price does not include taxes


  • Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass
    July 1, 2017 - September 4, 2017
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Comments 51

  1. Lindsie Pearson

    So with this pass can my family of 4 go to Fort Edmonton every week (if we choose), bringing up to 2 cousins each week?

    1. Mark Hill

      Yes Lindsie,
      The Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass will cover the two registered adults and two of your children and any two child/youth/senior daily admissions. So bring the cousins, neighbours, friends, or grandparents(+60) each week between July 1, 2017 and September 4th 2017.
      The pass will be valid for the two registered adults and any combination of four child/youth/senior admissions.
      The Fort Edmonton Park 150 Pass is only available for purchase from April 15th, 2017 until July 1, 2017 and valid half of the public season.

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      Cashier Ticket Booth

      All of our admissions, passes, and memberships include unlimited access to our rides. The only exception to this is the games of chance on the Midway, which require the purchase of a ticket to play.

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      Cashier Ticket Booth

      Hi Jennifer,

      The pass requires that at least one adult be on the pass. You can have one adult be the primary pass holder and one as a guest, but that also means that you, as the sole pass holder on the account have to be present every time the pass is used.

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    1. Jessica

      Hello Anne,

      Thank you for your interest in the Fort Edmonton Park 150 Summer Pass!
      Absolutely! The pass is valid for any combination of guests up to a total of 6 people with a maximum of 2 adults. You can definitely have 1 adult and 5 children covered under the pass!

      We look forward to seeing you this summer!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

    1. Jessica

      Hello Renee,

      Thank you for your interest in the Fort Edmonton Park 150 Summer Pass!
      The pass is valid for any combination of guests up to a total of 6 people, with a maximum of 2 adults, for each visit. That means if you have 2 adults and 2 children in your family, you can also bring 2 guests with you on each visit as long as they are a child/youth/senior.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.

      We look forward to seeing you this summer!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  2. Dawn

    Do you have a list of the benefits this pass does not include. Does this pass include the movie series at the theatre and the train ride?

    1. Jessica

      Hello Dawn,

      This pass is only good for general admission into the park. General admission includes the train, streetcar, the ‘Northern Light‘ show at the Capitol Theatre during our public hours, the rides, and games (excluding games with prizes on the Midway). It does not include any of our ticketed events, such as the Cinema Series or live events at the Capitol Theatre, nor does it include any of the discounts that are associated with the annual membership.

      I hope this helps!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  3. Robyn

    Hello. I’d like to purchase the pass for my family of four (2 adults and 2 children). Ideally we’d like to have the flexibility that sometimes I take the kids and sometimes my husband takes the kids. Can I register both of us as pass holders so that either one of us can present photo ID at the gate? I couldn’t find a spot to enter a second pass holder on the registration/purchasing form. Thanks.

    1. Jessica

      Hi Robyn,

      Yes, you can register both you and your husband. At this time we only require you to sign up one person to purchase the pass. Upon your first visit you will need to bring the ticket that you receive in your email to present at the admissions gate and they will go over your registration and clarify who will be registered on the pass.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

      1. Amanda

        If a co-worker and I want to split the pass for the summer, could we both be registered? Or only 2 family members?

        1. Jessica

          Hi Amanda,

          You and a coworker can split the pass, it doesn’t have to be two family members. Upon your first visit please indicate that the second adult will be from a different household than yourself and the cashiers at the admissions gate will get everything set up for you!

          Best regards,
          Fort Edmonton Park

  4. Malinda

    Can you clarify if the 150 includes rides ?
    The Cashier commented ‘all passes’ include rides,
    But at top it says ‘does not include membership’

    1. Jessica

      Hi Malinda,

      Yes, this pass will include the train, streetcar, the ‘Northern Light’ show at the Capitol Theatre during our public hours, the rides, and the games (excluding games with prizes on the Midway).

      I hope this helps!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

    1. Jessica

      Hello Christie,

      This pass is only good for general admission into the park. It does not include any of our ticketed events, such as the movies or events at the Capitol Theatre.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  5. Jason

    Since the 4 additional admission has to be a child/youth/senior, could we occasionally pay the difference in price for it to be an adult?

    1. Jessica

      Hello Jason,

      Unfortunately, no. The pass only covers a maximum of 2 adults. You would be required to pay full price for any additional adults.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

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  7. Christina

    Hello! My family is coming from England for Canada 150. I was hoping to take them to FEP with this pass, but they are coming in June! I’m wondering why it’s not for the season? Can we use it in June if we purchase it ahead of time?

    1. Jessica

      Hi Christina,

      Thank you for your interest in the Fort Edmonton Park 150 Summer Pass.

      This is a unique, intermediate pass. The guidelines on the dates are specific to ensure that it is of higher value than the daily admission but does not exceed the value of the annual membership. This pass was created in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Confederation which is why the first day it can be used is Canada Day. For these reasons it is not possible to use this pass in June.

      If you visit the park often we would suggest purchasing the annual membership. Each membership holder in attendance can bring in 2 guests at a 40% discount on single daily admissions Monday-Thursday (excluding holidays) each visit during our public season, June included. For more information on our annual memberships please see the link provided: https://www.fortedmontonpark.ca/all-events/memberships/

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  8. Grandma Karen

    We are the grandparents! We are expecting our adult daughters and their infant children over the summer. So if we seniors buy the 150 pass, can our adult children be included in the admission?

    1. Jessica

      Hi Karen,

      Yes! You can purchase the pass and register yourselves as seniors. Your children can then come for free under the pass as long as you never have more than two adults and no more than six people during one visit.

      Please let us know if you have any other questions!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

    1. Jessica

      Hi Maria,

      If you have a valid annual membership you do not need to purchase this pass. It is certainly up to if you would like to hold this pass in addition to your annual membership but you don’t have to.

      Annual memberships are valid for one full year from the date that you purchase it, so depending on when you bought your pass, you may wish to renew your annual membership or try out this pass.

      For more information or to find out when your current membership expires, you may visit the park during our open hours or phone us at 780-496-7381 Monday through Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.

      I hope this helps!

  9. Vanessa

    Hello!

    So I’ve purchased the 150 pass. What is the next step?

    Do I print the email and bring it on my first visit, or will I be mailed a pass?

    Thanks!

    Vanessa

    1. Jessica

      Hello Vanessa,

      Please bring a printed copy of the ticket you receive in your email with you upon your first visit to the park. You will present this ticket to the cashiers at the admissions gate and they will swap it out for a pass that you will bring for all of the following visits.

      I hope this helps!

  10. Jeff

    For the 150 pass, can I have three pass holder? The three pass holder will be two adult and one senior . Is that Ok?

    1. Jessica

      Hi Jeff,

      Thank you for your interest in the Fort Edmonton Park 150 Summer Pass.

      This pass can have a maximum of two registered pass holders; it is not possible to register three. However, because the third person is a senior, all three of you can be in attendance under the pass during each visit as the senior will qualify as one of the four guests that can come.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  11. Jane

    Hi there. What an awesome idea! Thank you! I just want to clarify if I register as an adult that I can bring my husband and children one day, my sister and our 4 children one day, my neighbour and our 4 children one day, etc. I know that I as the registered adult will need to be in attendance each visit, but I am hoping that the second adult can be a revolving person, just like the 4 children/seniors can. Thanks for clarifying!

    1. Jessica

      Hi Jane,

      That is correct! The second adult can be anyone. The key thing to remember is that there are a maximum of two adults in attendance and at least one of those adults is registered during each visit. As well, you can register a second adult and still bring another adult with you as a guest as long as the second registered adult is not there that day.

      For example, you can register yourself and your husband. Then you can bring yourself, your sister, and your kids as long as your husband isn’t there that day. But then that also gives your husband the opportunity to come with the kids one day if you are unable to come. And just like you could bring your sister if he wasn’t there, he could bring another adult as long as you aren’t there.

      In addition, the two registered adults don’t have to be from the same household. For example, you could register yourself and your sister. You can then come together or you can come separately on different days. The only thing is that you both could not come separately on the same day with five guests each. This does give you the flexibility, though, to come on separate days with your own guests if you would like.

      Does that makes sense? Please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

    1. Jessica

      Hi Jenn,

      A senior is ages 65 and over.

      May we ask where you saw it posted that seniors are ages 60+ ? We can’t seem to find it and would like to correct it so there isn’t anymore confusion.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

    1. Jessica

      Hi Kim,

      Yes, the pass includes everything except for games with prizes on the Midway, food, and merchandise.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  12. Alissa

    If adult 1 and adult 2 are the registered adults, but adult 2 is unable to come one time, can adult 1 + (unregistered) adult 3 come with their extra child/ youth/ senior guests?

    1. Jessica

      Hi Alissa,

      Good question! Yes! If the second adult is unable to attend one day, you can bring in another single, unregistered adult plus the four child/youth/senior guests.

      A maximum of two adults can come in under the pass for each visit but only one of them has to be registered.

      I hope this clears it up.

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

  13. Rebecca

    Hi Fort Edmonton Park, This 150 pass sounds wonderful! To confirm, we could come every single day between the dates valid, starting on 01 July 2017, and we could bring a maximum of 2 adults (at least one registered) plus 4 guests (any combination of child/youth/senior) — these 4 guests could be completely different individuals every single day? Thank you in advance!

  14. Andrea

    Hi. I understand the rules, just need to clarify one thing. I wish to register a grandparent who will not be able to attend until mid July when they visit, it that allowed? Also, can a registered grandparent bring our kids without me ( the registered parent)? Thanks:)

    1. Jessica

      Hi Andrea,

      That’s correct!

      You will need to register the grandparent at the same time as yourself. Until they arrive for their visit you will need to be in attendance for each visit. Once they arrive, you can come together or the registered grandparent can come with your kids on their own.

      In addition, if only yourself or the registered grandparent is coming at a time with the kids, you can bring another adult as a guest since you can have a maximum of 2 adults in attendance for each visit.

      I hope this helps!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

    1. Jessica

      Hi Kim,

      Yes! We do still have Tom Thumb Mini-Golf on 1920s street. The mini-golf, as well as all of the rides and games (excluding games with prizes), are included in the pass.

      We hope to see you this summer!

      Best regards,
      Fort Edmonton Park

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