Address: 1900 Heritage Drive S.W.
Gordie’s Review (6 years old): “What was the best part?” “Riding on the Steam Engine!”
Nicky’s Review (3 years old): “I like the boat swings”
Season: The historical village is open from Mid-May until early October. Gasoline Alley is open year round.
Day Pass Cost: Adult – $26.25, Child (3-6) – $13.50, Youth (7-14) $18.75 more rate options are available.
Rides: Included with admission. Street car $1 each way or free with an annual pass.
Annual Pass Break Even point: basic pass – The pass pays off on your third visit for adult, child and youth passes. more pass options are available including a family pass for up to 4 children.
Parking: $5. Included with the Annual pass plus.
Food Services: There are different food options inside the park as well as just before you enter the gates. You can also bring your own food and have a picnic.
Age Range: All ages.
Stay Length: Expect to spend at least a couple of hours. You could easily spend all day.
Heritage Park consists of 4 sections: The Gasoline Alley Car Museum, The Fur trading post and First Nations Encampment, The pre-railway settlement and the Prairie Railway town which is the largest area.
Gasoline Alley Car Museum
Gasoline Alley is open year round and included with your Summer admission to Heritage Park. In the Winter you pay a reduced rate as the rest of the park is closed. Inside you will find a gorgeous car museum featuring vehicles primarily from the 30s, 40s and 50s.
The cars are beautiful and nearly all of them are in running condition. There is also an area with games, toys, a small train table and a tricycle track.
Read more about Gasoline Alley at Heritage Park
1860s Fur Trading Fort and First Nations Encampment – 1880s Pre-railway Settlement
This area and the Pre-railway town are both located at the North East corner by the Lagan train station.
These areas are quieter than the rest of the park. You can visit teepees, a fort, a homestead, saloon and more!
1910 Prairie Railway Town
The largest area of Heritage Park is the Prairie Railway Town. There are farm animals, period buildings, amusement park rides and many places to eat. Throughout the park they have different activities happening each day.
Heritage Park Rides
All the rides inside the park are included with admission including the steam train, steamboat and amusement park rides.
Read more about Heritage Park’s rides
Heritage Park Trains
Heritage Park is one of the best places in Calgary for train fans. In addition to being able to ride on a working steam train, there are two train sheds full of trains to look at including some that you can walk through. They also host Day Out With Thomas and Railway Days.
Read more about the trains at Heritage Park
Heritage Park Train Playground
One of Heritage Park’s newest additions is a train themed playground. It’s located near the back of the park and can only be accessed with admission but it is one of Calgary’s best.
Read more about Heritage Park’s Train Playground
Heritage Park hosts a number of special events each year. A few require tickets and are not included with an annual pass but most are. Here are some of our favorites.
Day Out With Thomas
Day Out With Thomas happens each May before Heritage Park opens for the year. It requires special event tickets. If you have a Thomas fan it is sure to be a hit.
Read more about Day Out With Thomas at Heritage Park
Ghouls Night Out
In October, Heritage Park hosts Ghouls Night Out for Halloween. This event is geared towards 3-9 years and is a little spooky but not very scary. Special event ticket are required.
Read more about Ghouls Night Out at Heritage Park
Once Upon a Christmas
Included with your annual admission, Once Upon a Christmas runs from late November late December.
Read more about Once Upon a Christmas at Heritage Park
Truckloads of fresh fruits and vegetables are brought in for low prices. Regular admission rates to the park apply. Bring a wagon, bags and some cash.
In late September Heritage Park hosts Railway Days. Regular admission rates apply. You can ride in a caboose, see model train displays and many other train related activities.
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