Heritage Park ’05


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July 2005
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We were lucky, we went to Heritage Park for a Stampede function, after the gates had closed, so there were very few people in the park, which was a great opportunity for taking photos and fooling around.

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Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park located in Calgary, Alberta. The park is located on 127 acres (0.51 km2) of parkland on the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir, along the city’s southwestern edge. As Canada’s largest living history museum by number of exhibits, it is one of the city’s most visited tourist attractions.[1] The park is branded as a living history museum since it features a village that was recreated to appear as it might have in late 19th and early 20th century Alberta. Many of the buildings are historical and were transported to the park to be placed on display. Others are re-creations of actual buildings. Most of the structures are furnished and decorated with genuine artifacts. Staff dress in historic costume, and antique automobiles and horse-drawn vehicles service the site. Calgary Transit provides regular shuttle service from Heritage C-Train station.” -Wikipedia


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6 comments

  1. Wonderful shots, Tok.

    That’s a huge place. I’m pretty sure Williamsburg is the largest in the states. So fun to walk around and imagine what it might have been like.

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    • Thank you 😉

      It is, we were there on Saturday, they have added some more since we were there last. We took some more photos, that is why I posted our old ones.

      Williamsburg, must be wonderful.

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