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All guests must wear a face covering while visiting the Fort Heritage Precinct. Click HERE for more information.


The Fort Heritage Precinct is now open!  

Hours are 12:00 – 6:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday.

Come enjoy an hour-long guided tour.

Our exhibits are open! Just purchase a ticket online, right here. All ages are welcome, and admission is only $7 per person. Please note that if you arrive without a ticket up to 30 minutes prior to one of our tour times, you will be admitted into the tour only if space is available. We instead strongly encourage you to pre-book with an online ticket.

Please note that as of August 10, 2020, all guests must wear a face covering while inside Fort Heritage Precinct buildings and during tours. For more information on mandatory masks within City-owned buildings and exceptions, please click here.

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NOTE:  We are also accepting object donations and research requests, but you must book an appointment. Contact the Curator to do so.

There’s more fun to have!

Visitor information and gift shop services are available for drop-in visits. It’s a good idea to call ahead to ensure we have what you need. The Sheep Grazing Program is open as of July 7th and all or our trails throughout and around the museum are open. Please maintain physical distancing while enjoying a walk in Peter T. Ream Historic Park (the park that Precinct is located in).

What Are we doing to keep you safe?

  • Beginning on August 10, 2020, all guests must wear face coverings while inside all Fort Heritage Precinct buildings and while on a tour. For more information on mandatory masks within City-owned buildings and exceptions, please click here.
  • Following Alberta Museums Association’s Guidance for Reopening Museums.
  • Limiting occupancy indoors and outdoors.
  • Closing some hands-on interactive elements.
  • Timed-ticket admission to allow for capacity control and contactless payment.
  • Encouraging physical distancing with signage and route markers.
  • Providing substantial access to hand sanitizer and hand washing facilities.
  • Increasing cleaning and disinfecting throughout our facility.

For the safety and enjoyment of everyone at the Fort Heritage Precinct:

  • Stay home if you are not feeling well.
  • Complete a Covid-19 Self Assessment before arriving at the Fort Heritage Precinct – Self Assessment.
  • Please wear your own facemask—we cannot provide masks to visitors.
  • Wash your hands, for at least 20 seconds, regularly during your visit. Your Heritage Interpreter will orient you to their locations throughout your tour.
  • Keep your family unit or cohort together when walking through the Museum and keep children within reach at all times.
  • Please be patient. Practice physical distancing, keep two metres away from others, and please wait your turn.
  • Do not bring food or drink into the buildings.


The  Warden’s Residence, North West Mounted Police Fort and and Canadian Northern Railway Station are wheelchair/walker accessible. The Historical Village is not wheelchair accessible, but can be managed by individuals with limited walking abilities who do not tire easily.

The Fort Heritage Precinct is an outdoor site so be sure to prepare for the weather and bring a pair of walking shoes in order to experience all that the site has to offer.

"The tour of the Precinct was really interesting and very engaging for the children. There were so many hands on activities for them to participate in that they were always engaged. I love that they are allowed to touch and explore many of the items around the precinct. That makes such a difference to keep them engaged, on task and motivated. The learning connections between what we talked about in school and what we saw were evident in the conversations between the kids and the interpreters."