Experience life in a coal mining town including a 1936 classroom with a real School Marm at this unique museum near Drumheller. Stay for lunch in the Willow Tea Room.
The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum provides a family friendly interactive experience. Be surprised at what you will discover inside. Have fun laugh play together and discover famous Alberta sports celebrities. Fun for all ages!
Located on Hwy 583, next to a campground (with playground, ball diamond and picnic areas) and across from the medical facility and museum, the Accredited Visitor Information Provider (AVIP) offers travellers, county residents and their guests friendly advice, directions, area information and a historic window to Alberta's central plains. As a seasonal operation (May 1-September 15) run by community volunteers and summer staff, the museum and AVIP provides personalized service to each visitor.
Relive the magical story as you are whisked away on THE POLAR EXPRESS™. Guests are served hot chocolate and cookie treat by Polar Express chefs. Read along with the classic book by Chris Van Allsburg. Santa will board at North Pole, giving out “first gift of Christmas” to children.
Welcome to the Hangar Flight Museum, holding a historically-significant collection of airplanes and helicopters sure to delight aviation enthusiasts. Enjoy a family admission of $32, which includes two adults and up to four children aged 17 and under, a value of $56 if purchased separately.
Dine on a Halloween movie-themed, three-course dinner in the Selkirk Grille before enjoying a classic movie in Gasoline Alley Museum. October's movies are The Birds, Beetlejuice and a Frankenstein double feature. Cash bar and popcorn available during the movie. Guests can enjoy the movie only for $8.
Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, passengers will relive the magic of the story as they are whisked away on THE POLAR EXPRESS™. Once on board, passengers are served hot chocolate and a cookie treat by Polar Express Chefs and everyone receives a ceramic souvenir Polar Express mug. During the first leg of the journey to the North Pole passengers read along with the classic children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg. Santa will board the train at North Pole and walk through each car giving out the “first gift of Christmas” – a silver colored sleigh bell.
Enjoy a frightfully delicious autumn-inspired meal in Heritage Park's Wainwright Hotel before embarking on a behind-the-scenes ghost tour like no other. Between each course, diners will be kept entertained with ghastly ghost stories told by Heritage Park's inspired guides. Only guests to Ghosts & Gourmet can step inside two of the Park's heritage homes (including the Prince House!) after dark to experience firsthand hauntings and spine-tingling stories. These premium tours are conducted by expert guides and are all based on personal encounters and eerie stories from staff and guests, both past and present. Is Heritage Park the most haunted place in Calgary? You’ll have to find out…if you dare. Tickets are $67.95+gst per person.
Get your spook on at the Innisfail & District Historical Village. Ghosts and goblins abound, treats for the kids, fun for all ages. Wear your best alien costume because you may have to do battle with the Red Deer Stags.