Shopping

Fort Edmonton Park takes shopping to historic proportions! You’ll find gift shops in each time period, each featuring a selection of items from that era. Membership¬†holders receive a 10% discount on regular priced merchandise.

At the 1846 Trading Post

You will find Indigenous inspired items reminiscent of the fur trade. Children of all ages will look great in a raccoon tail hat and will love to explore the selection of rocks and minerals. With a selection of jewelry, local handmade items, and decorative gifts you are sure to find the perfect souvenir to remember the Fort era.

Daly’s Drugstore on 1885 Street

The perfect place to pick up some local old-fashioned soaps, shaving mugs, wooden handled scrub brushes, and Watkins products. Feeling ill? Ask for advice on products to soothe sore throats, calm nerves, or help you sleep.

McDougall’s General Store on 1885 Street

A homesteader’s paradise in 1885 where you can pick from a variety of houseware items. Choose from a variety of enamelware, fireplace tools, cooking utensils, and canister sets perfect for the home or cabin. Browse a selection of nightgowns, aprons, and bonnets inspired from the era. Homesteading was hard work, but there was still time for play. Wooden toys, puzzles, and games of skill complete the assortment of gifts available.

Reed’s Bazaar on 1905 Street

The place to visit for a look at Edmonton’s first china shop, selling beautiful china and fine glassware, as well as a selection of teas. You will also find a wide variety of vintage themed jewelry, hat pins, and hair accessories sure to complete any outfit. A visit to the Bazaar wouldn’t be complete without finding the perfect gift for Christmas, Birthdays, or any occasion.

Ernest Brown Photography Studio on 1905 Street

The perfect place to create a wonderful, lasting memory of your visit to Fort Edmonton Park. Dress up in period costume and have some fun! Portraits are printed immediately. Costs vary according to your portrait and frame selection.

The Ukrainian Bookstore on 1920s Street

This location carries a selection of traditional and colourful Ukrainian giftware items and games. You’ll also find an assortment of cookbooks full of delicious recipes. Explore the variety of classic books and ornate journals available.

Midway Treats and Treasures

This candy and toy shop is located behind the carousel in the 1920s Midway. Buy tickets for the games of skill on the Midway, browse the selection of old-fashioned candy and toys, and check out the wood carving workshop situated at the back of the building.

The Train Station Gift Shop

Your last stop and your last chance to pick up postcards, mugs, pins, t-shirts, caps and much more. Pick out your favourite flavour of candy stick, indulge in old fashioned Sponge Toffee, or choose a Maple flavored sweet. The Train Station also has a selection of old-fashioned toys and games, train-inspired souvenirs and plush toys. You’ll find this store has a sampling of product from each of the period stores in the Park.