The heart of Calgary is red ...
the scarlet red of the North West Mounted Police tunic. When the NWMP built their fort at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers in 1875, they laid the foundations for the city we enjoy today.
Dawn the red coat and witness the arrival of the first train. Travel through time and see Calgary grow as you walk down Main Street. See a movie at the Palace Theatre and take a virtual scenic streetcar tour. Get behind the wheel of our 1928 Ford.
Our General Store is a great place to shop for the holidays, birthdays or pick up a little something just for you.
Guests of Fort Calgary are invited to learn and explore in our museum at their own pace. Our location and exhibits combine to tell the story of the arrival of the Northwest Mounted Police, the building of Fort Calgary and the development of Calgary as a community.
Visit us throughout the year for our Sunday brunch, dinner theatre and murder mystery evening events. Join us for family friendly events on Family Day, July 1 Canada Day celebrations and Heritage Day in August.
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- 1.5 hr viewing time
- 100% Non-smoking
- 15 minimum group
- Coach parking
- Debit Card/Interac
- Family friendly
- Group booking
- Grow own produce
- Guided tours
- Internet - High Speed - Meeting Facilities
- Meeting rooms
- Wheelchair access
Calgary International Airport
DiningThe Deane House at Fort Calgary offers fantastic casual Canadian Cuisine in Captain Deane's historic home at Fort Calgary. Open year round: Tuesday to Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.. Open in the evening for private bookings.
Please call 403-269-7747 for reservations.
- Child & Youth Friendly Calgary
GroupsTour prices available for groups larger than 10. Please call to make a tour reservations.
On Site Motor Coach Parking
Number of children for group: 10
chaperones for a Group: 1
Number of Adults for group: 10
Number of Seniours for group: 10
chaperones for a Group:
EducationFort Calgary Education Programs
Our fun, interactive, facilitator-led programs encourage inquiry-based learning and critical thinking about history. All hands-on programs presented at Fort Calgary's Interpretive Museum and Learning Centre and are linked directly to the Alberta Learning curriculum.
Fort Calgary offers 10 regular education programs, one self-guided program and one co-program with Cantos Music Foundation. We also have two different resource kits for teachers to rent on a bi-weekly basis. For the homeschool student, Fort Calgary hosts Homeschool Days throughout the year. In addition to these education programs which operate during the school year, every summer Fort Calgary runs half and full day summer camps. For more information on our award-winning education programs or the 2010 summer camps, visit www.fortcalgary.com . We also have great links for teachers and kids/students!
Bring your own Picnic
Restaurant Family Style
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Hours & Admission
- Year round, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Closed Jan. 1, Good Friday, Dec. 24-26, Dec. 31.