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Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Indigenous Storytelling Series

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at the Indigenous Peoples Experience this Winter for our brand-new Indigenous Storytelling Series! Stay cozy inside one of our Tipis while our storyteller shares captivating tales in the Indigenous storytelling tradition. You will also learn the importance of the relationship between culture, Indigenous storytelling, oral history, and modern forms of popular storytelling. Each program run will have curated stories for the season. The topic of this series is trickster stories, which can only be told in the winter months in many Indigenous cultures.

This experience is intended for a mature audience. Topics include themes of dark or mature humour, morality, violence, superstition, and possible discussion of modern Indigenous issues (MMIW, Treaty Rights, Residential Schools). 

  • This series is offered on select Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm starting Saturday, February 10, and ending Saturday, March 23, 2024.
  • The suggested arrival time is 1-1.5 hours before the program start time to fully explore the Indigenous Peoples Experience.
  • Please note this experience is a specialty ticket bundle available for purchase for Youth or Adults that includes admission to the Indigenous Peoples Experience PLUS the Indigenous Storytellers Series. This experience cannot be purchased separately from admission.
  • All proceeds from this program go directly back into supporting Indigenous Experience programming at Fort Edmonton Park.

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Storytelling Series

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at the Indigenous Peoples Experience this Winter for our brand-new Indigenous Storytelling Series! Stay cozy inside one of our Tipis while our storyteller shares captivating tales in the Indigenous storytelling tradition. You will also learn the importance of the relationship between culture, Indigenous storytelling, oral history, and modern forms of popular storytelling. Each program run will have curated stories for the season. The topic of this series is trickster stories, which can only be told in the winter months in many Indigenous cultures.

This experience is intended for a mature audience. Topics include themes of dark or mature humour, morality, violence, superstition, and possible discussion of modern Indigenous issues (MMIW, Treaty Rights, Residential Schools). 

  • This series is offered on select Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm starting Saturday, February 10, and ending Saturday, March 23, 2024.
  • The suggested arrival time is 1-1.5 hours before the program start time to fully explore the Indigenous Peoples Experience.
  • Please note this experience is a specialty ticket bundle available for purchase for Youth or Adults that includes admission to the Indigenous Peoples Experience PLUS the Indigenous Storytellers Series. This experience cannot be purchased separately from admission.
  • All proceeds from this program go directly back into supporting Indigenous Experience programming at Fort Edmonton Park.

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Indigenous Storytelling Series

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at the Indigenous Peoples Experience this Winter for our brand-new Indigenous Storytelling Series! Stay cozy inside one of our Tipis while our storyteller shares captivating tales in the Indigenous storytelling tradition. You will also learn the importance of the relationship between culture, Indigenous storytelling, oral history, and modern forms of popular storytelling. Each program run will have curated stories for the season. The topic of this series is trickster stories, which can only be told in the winter months in many Indigenous cultures.

This experience is intended for a mature audience. Topics include themes of dark or mature humour, morality, violence, superstition, and possible discussion of modern Indigenous issues (MMIW, Treaty Rights, Residential Schools). 

  • This series is offered on select Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm starting Saturday, February 10, and ending Saturday, March 23, 2024.
  • The suggested arrival time is 1-1.5 hours before the program start time to fully explore the Indigenous Peoples Experience.
  • Please note this experience is a specialty ticket bundle available for purchase for Youth or Adults that includes admission to the Indigenous Peoples Experience PLUS the Indigenous Storytellers Series. This experience cannot be purchased separately from admission.
  • All proceeds from this program go directly back into supporting Indigenous Experience programming at Fort Edmonton Park.

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Storytelling Series

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at the Indigenous Peoples Experience this Winter for our brand-new Indigenous Storytelling Series! Stay cozy inside one of our Tipis while our storyteller shares captivating tales in the Indigenous storytelling tradition. You will also learn the importance of the relationship between culture, Indigenous storytelling, oral history, and modern forms of popular storytelling. Each program run will have curated stories for the season. The topic of this series is trickster stories, which can only be told in the winter months in many Indigenous cultures.

This experience is intended for a mature audience. Topics include themes of dark or mature humour, morality, violence, superstition, and possible discussion of modern Indigenous issues (MMIW, Treaty Rights, Residential Schools). 

  • This series is offered on select Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm starting Saturday, February 10, and ending Saturday, March 23, 2024.
  • The suggested arrival time is 1-1.5 hours before the program start time to fully explore the Indigenous Peoples Experience.
  • Please note this experience is a specialty ticket bundle available for purchase for Youth or Adults that includes admission to the Indigenous Peoples Experience PLUS the Indigenous Storytellers Series. This experience cannot be purchased separately from admission.
  • All proceeds from this program go directly back into supporting Indigenous Experience programming at Fort Edmonton Park.

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Indigenous Storytelling Series

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at the Indigenous Peoples Experience this Winter for our brand-new Indigenous Storytelling Series! Stay cozy inside one of our Tipis while our storyteller shares captivating tales in the Indigenous storytelling tradition. You will also learn the importance of the relationship between culture, Indigenous storytelling, oral history, and modern forms of popular storytelling. Each program run will have curated stories for the season. The topic of this series is trickster stories, which can only be told in the winter months in many Indigenous cultures.

This experience is intended for a mature audience. Topics include themes of dark or mature humour, morality, violence, superstition, and possible discussion of modern Indigenous issues (MMIW, Treaty Rights, Residential Schools). 

  • This series is offered on select Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm starting Saturday, February 10, and ending Saturday, March 23, 2024.
  • The suggested arrival time is 1-1.5 hours before the program start time to fully explore the Indigenous Peoples Experience.
  • Please note this experience is a specialty ticket bundle available for purchase for Youth or Adults that includes admission to the Indigenous Peoples Experience PLUS the Indigenous Storytellers Series. This experience cannot be purchased separately from admission.
  • All proceeds from this program go directly back into supporting Indigenous Experience programming at Fort Edmonton Park.

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Storytelling Series

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Join us at the Indigenous Peoples Experience this Winter for our brand-new Indigenous Storytelling Series! Stay cozy inside one of our Tipis while our storyteller shares captivating tales in the Indigenous storytelling tradition. You will also learn the importance of the relationship between culture, Indigenous storytelling, oral history, and modern forms of popular storytelling. Each program run will have curated stories for the season. The topic of this series is trickster stories, which can only be told in the winter months in many Indigenous cultures.

This experience is intended for a mature audience. Topics include themes of dark or mature humour, morality, violence, superstition, and possible discussion of modern Indigenous issues (MMIW, Treaty Rights, Residential Schools). 

  • This series is offered on select Saturday afternoons from 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm starting Saturday, February 10, and ending Saturday, March 23, 2024.
  • The suggested arrival time is 1-1.5 hours before the program start time to fully explore the Indigenous Peoples Experience.
  • Please note this experience is a specialty ticket bundle available for purchase for Youth or Adults that includes admission to the Indigenous Peoples Experience PLUS the Indigenous Storytellers Series. This experience cannot be purchased separately from admission.
  • All proceeds from this program go directly back into supporting Indigenous Experience programming at Fort Edmonton Park.

Buy Tickets

Indigenous Peoples Experience Fall & Winter Admission

Time: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This fall & winter, Fort Edmonton Park invites you to gather and explore life through the diversity of First Nations and Métis peoples. The award-winning exhibit explores the rich and beautiful cultures of First Nations and Métis Peoples while encouraging visitors to seek out the truths as lived by Indigenous Peoples in Treaty 6.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12- 4 pm, from October 14, 2023 through March 24, 2024.

BONUS: Each ticket holder for the Indigenous Peoples Experience Admission will receive one free general admission ticket of equal or lesser value for the 2024 summer season. Instructions on how to claim your free ticket will be sent in April 2024.

BUY TICKETS

  • Tickets are not available at the Front Gate, please purchase online in advance.
  • Please, do not attempt to park in the main parking lot and walk through the Front Entry Plaza. This gate will be inaccessible.
  • Parking is available at Lot K beside Indigenous Peoples Experience, please enter through the service road.
  • We don't recommend using the Edmonton Transit System for the Indigenous Peoples Experience as you are not able to walk on the service road to get to the exhibit.
  • Please connect with our customer service at info@fortedmontonpark.ca for more information.

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

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James Cameron's Titanic at the Capitol

Time: 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Titanic at the Capitol Theatre

Fall in love all over again. Join us on April 12 to celebrate the 112th anniversary of the Titanic's maiden voyage with a viewing of James Cameron's Titanic. Filled with romance and drama, viewing this film in our iconic Capitol Theatre makes for an unforgettable experience.

This is movie is rated PG13. Seats inside the Capitol Theatre are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Doors Open: 6:30pm
  • Movie Runtime: 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm with a 30 minute intermission from 8:30pm - 9:00pm

No outside food or drink will be permitted. There will be a concession available on-site to purchase from before the movie and during intermission.

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Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets

Paranormal Tours

Time: 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Are you curious about what happens at Fort Edmonton Park after dark?

Paranormal Tours is back! Explore Fort Edmonton Park after dark. 

As the night descends, investigate Fort Edmonton Park’s most haunted hotspots and hear our best-kept ghost stories. Come with an open mind—and prepare for the unexpected. 

Learn the fundamentals of conducting paranormal investigations using various tools and techniques, including Echovox, Spirit Box, Motion Detectors, Recording Devices, Laser Grids and EMF Readers.

You can now choose between two unique investigations. 

Introductory Tour:
Investigate 1885 Street and learn the basics of paranormal investigations. This option will take you to multiple haunted locations on 1885 Street, each with its personality and type of activity, such as Kernohan’s Millinery, Lauder’s Bakehouse and Doc Wilsons’. This option is best for those who have never experienced a paranormal investigation but are curious and open to the experience. 

Intermediate Tour:
Visit the Firkins House, often regarded as the most haunted building at Fort Edmonton Park, and spend 3 hours of dedicated, uninterrupted investigation time.  Guests who will get the most out of this option are those with previous Paranormal Tours experience or other experience with the paranormal - though no experience is necessary. With years of speculation and paranormal evidence, this building has several tricks up its sleeve. 

March 3 - April 21

7:00pm - 10:30pm 

Tickets: $67 (+GST)

Buy Tickets