The year-round charm of the Haskayne Mercantile Block greets you before the gates of Heritage Park Historical Village. Consisting of 5 unique retail stores, their charming 1930s and '40s decor set the stage for a shopping experience like no other. Browse a selection of vintage style toys, books, Canadian made fashion accessories, antiques and collectables and gourmet edibles - including Heritage Park's famous homemade fudge, fresh baked bread and much more! The Haskayne Mercantile Block Shops are open year-round from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for your convenience. These distinctive shops are open to the public and don't require Park admission.
Salgado Fenwick offers locally-designed, made and handcrafted, limited edition garments, locally made art, and limited edition hand silkscreened prints.
The Rose Peddler is the Pass's local florist, specializing in unique fresh and faux floral arrangements and wreaths. They offer a large variety of plants, American Paint Company chalk paint, home decor, wildlife photography and tanning.
Your holiday twins the Calgary Stampede with stays in Banff and Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies. It includes entrance to the Stampede, all hotels - in Lake Louise staying at the Iconic Fairmont Chateau. Price correct as of 11/09/15.
A wonderful Rockies winter experience travelling from Edmonton to Calgary, through the heart of the Rockies! The winter activities include snowshoeing, sleigh ride and a canyon ice walk.
Travel back in time and experience the fascinating world of Norse culture by taking a trip to their Viking Village for some genuine family fun! Come cheer on epic displays of live-action battle reenactments (kids get to do mock battles too), throughout the weekend. If you need fortification there will be a food truck with a healthy variety of victuals and tastings of award-winning mead. Visit their Artisan market to explore their curated vendors and their wide variety of wares from near and far. Afterward, visit their Country Store for more unique, local products – and mead of course!
A culturally diverse family event, Calgary Night Market features local entertainment, artisans and food trucks. Come sample delicious foods and shop from a variety of local businesses. The market happens outdoors at the Bridgeland Riverside Community Association one Friday night a month throughout the summer. The rest of the year, it moves indoors to Eau Claire Market.
The Priddis & Millarville Fair is one of Southern Alberta’s oldest and largest country fairs. Located at the Millarville Racetrack and co-hosted with the Millarville Farmers’ Market, the Fair is the place to come to learn about Alberta’s agricultural history, touch the animals, view the creations of local artisans, gardeners, photographers and wood workers. They have antique tractors, cars, and trucks, horse riding events of all types, and contests – pie eating, rooster crowing, watermelon eating, youth talent. There is so much to see and do it might take you 2 days to take it all in.