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Alberta Government House

11-21 Wellington Cres. NW, Edmonton

This gracious sandstone building, opened in 1913, served as the residence of Alberta’s Lieutenant Governors. The mansion was closed in

C & E (1891) Railway Museum

10447-86 Ave., Edmonton

Visitors to the museum can relive those exciting days when the steam engines first arrived in Strathcona, bringing thousands of

Central Memorial Park

1221 - 2 St SW, Calgary

Located in the heart of the Beltline between 2 St and 4 St SW, the park opened in 1912 and

City Of Edmonton Archives

Prince of Wales Armouries, Edmonton

A public research facility housing government and private records documenting Edmonton’s history. Mon to Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm;

Fort Edmonton Park

Fox Dr. & Whitemud Dr., Edmonton

This living history museum features costumed historical interpreters who interpret life as it was at the 1846 Hudson’s Bay fort

Fort Macleod National Historic Site

219 - 25 St , Fort Macleod

Built in 1874, The original Fort Macleod served as the headquarters of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP). The Fort

Fort Whoop Up National Historic Site

Indian Battle Park, Lethbridge

Established by American fur traders in 1869, Fort Whoop-Up was a notoriously wild whiskey trading post. Visitors can relive its

Mcdougall Centre

On the main floor, 455 - 6 St SW, Calgary

Built in 1907, this building was originally the Calgary Normal School and later became a public school. Today, McDougall Centre

Provincial Archives Of Alberta

Provincial Archives, Edmonton

Extensive collection of private and governmental records dating back to the late 1880s. Maps, more than two million images, motion

Pumphouse Theatres

2140 Pumphouse Ave SW, Calgary

A Registered Historic Resource, the building was originally constructed as Water Pumping Station No. 2, serving Calgary from 1913 to

Rutherford House

11153 Saskatchewan Dr., Edmonton

This restored and furnished post-Edwardian style building — once home to Alberta’s first premier, Alexander C. Rutherford — offers visitors

Stephen Avenue Walk

Stephen Avenue is the portion of 8 Ave between 1 St SE and 4 St SW, Calgary

A mix of wood, sandstone and smooth white terra-cotta buildings line both sides of this historic street. Home to the
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