Established in 1970, the three-acre Fort Saskatchewan Museum and Historic Site at 10006 - 100 Avenue is ideally located in the heart of Fort Saskatchewan, near Legacy and Jarvis Parks and the historic CN Station. At the site there are eight heritage buildings furnished with period pieces that form a picturesque historic village serenely overlooking the North Saskatchewan River. New in 2011 is the 1875-1885 North West Mounted Police Fort.
Visitors are encouraged to make a "day of it," experiencing the ambiance of a bygone era and enjoying their own snack or lunch at one of the museum's picnic tables or opting for the excellent fare served up by one of the nearby restaurants in downtown Fort Saskatchewan! The Museum Giftshop is a treasure that offers unique Fort Saskatchewan souvenirs and gifts.
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
May Victoria Day weekend to the end of the September Labour Day weekend
Monday to Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
September Labour Day weekend to May Victoria Day weekend
NOTE: Guided tours take a minimum of 1.5 hours. Please allow plenty of time to enjoy your visit.
$5.00 / Adult
$4.00/ Seniors & Youth
$3.00 / Children 2 -12
Children under two are FREE
The Museum and Historic Site also offers a lovely location to host your special event or tour:
- Wedding Facilities
- Family and Group Photos
- Special Events
- Group Tours
Call 780.998.1783 for more information.