Fort Heritage Precinct

Experience History at the Fort Heritage Precinct

Explore 200+ years worth of Fort Saskatchewan history through our tours and programming.

Take a Tour Through Time

Take a Tour Through Time

Your journey through history begins at the Warden’s Residence in 1937. From there, one of our guides will usher you into 1875 at the North West Mounted Police Fort, and then on to explore the early 1900s as you walk through the numerous authentic buildings of the Historic Village. They will show you all of the fantastic artifacts and tell you all of the amazing and awe-inspiring stories of life in early Fort Saskatchewan.

Field Trips to the Fort

The Precinct offers many programs designed to support the delivery of knowledge, outcomes, and historical thinkings skills as outlined in the Alberta Social Studies Curriculum by offering engaging and interactive programs for elementary school groups. Through various sessions, instructed by knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff, we offer teachers and students a unique opportunity to bring to life the history of Alberta and Canada.

Upcoming Heritage Programs

History of Movement – The Latin Flavour

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Movement has always been a part of our history, join competitive dancers Chad Detoski and Jennifer Rowe as they lead you through the history of the most popular Latin dances. This duo believes the best way to learn is to do. Throughout the session you will learn the basic steps to dances such as the...

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Paranormal Investigations Workshop

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Learn paranormal investigation protocol and techniques while conducting a live paranormal investigation!  Visions Intuitive Paranormal Services, based out of Edmonton, will guide participants through the Fort Heritage Precinct searching for signs of paranormal activity while explaining the process...

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"I think this is such a wonderful program. It fits perfectly into my social studies program. The activities are amazing, and the style that the presenters use is similar to my own style."