Fort Edmonton Park is proud to introduce, for the first time ever, all-inclusive admission to the Park. Visitors will enjoy access to rides and attractions without the hassle of purchasing tickets. All period transportation, the Carousel, Ferris Wheel, Fun House, Chair-O-Plane, Tom Thumb Mini-Golf, Shooting Gallery and of course the 4-D show, Northern Light, at the Capitol Theatre are included in the price of admission. Plan to stay longer¦ there’s so much to do!
Groups of 10+ qualify for a discount on 2017 daily admission rates.
|10 – 99||10%||$23.58+GST||$18.81+GST|
|100 – 499||15%||$22.27+GST||$17.78+GST|
There are two ways to get group rates:
1) Purchase in advance
Groups under 100 Buy group tickets here
2) Reserve in advance
Groups under 100 Reserve group tickets here
Groups over 100 Reserve group tickets here
Special group admission rates are available to F.I.T. (Fully Independent Travel) customers of tour operators and travel agents. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guided Tours – 2 hours
Allow our trained and informative guides to take you on a journey back in time through Edmonton’s history. Hear some of Edmonton’s lesser known stories and facts that together helped form Edmonton’s unique character. Situated on 64 hectares (158 acres) of land, you will see some of our 80 plus original and reconstructed historical structures representing the history of Edmonton from 1846 to 1929.
Capacity: 10 guests minimum – 20 guests maximum
Rate: $33.00 person (includes Fort Edmonton Park Admission)
Must be booked and prepaid a minimum of 2 weeks in advance.
Fort Edmonton Park is the largest living history museum in Canada. Experience life as it was through four historical periods between 1846 and 1929. Go back in time more than 150 years and walk through the days of the fur trade, and the pioneer years of 1885, 1905 and 1920. Costumed interpreters bring the past to life, answer your questions and invite you to experience the best of the period. Take a ride on a steam train, play pioneer games, bake bread the old-fashioned way, shop ’til you drop, or hit the Midway for rides games and more fun – it’s all right here waiting for you. There’s so much to do, why not stay overnight at the Hotel Selkirk, Fort Edmonton Park’s full-service hotel.
In 2015 we added two new attractions to our 1920 Midway: the Mangels Ride, and a fun house. Don’t forget to take the 4-D film, Northern Light, an extraordinary short film on the history of Edmonton, at the beautiful Capitol Theatre (opened August 2011). Also look for new entertainment and interpretive programming every week during the public season.