Heritage Park Historical Village , Calgary | Canada

Heritage Park Historical Village , Calgary | Canada

   Heritage Park Historical Village is a historic park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, it is the second-largest living history museum in Canada, with an area of 127 acres (51 hectares) of gardens on the banks of Glenmore, it is one of the city's most visited attractions
 In this park the employees wear historical clothes to match the museum, you can also try a ride on a horse-drawn carriage or in a very, very nice steam locomotive. The park is closed during the winter weather, but it is open every day from May to September. The park was opened on July 1, 1964, the park is divided into four distinct regions that reflect different time periods in the history of western Canada
  • Hudson Bay Commercial Castle
  • Settlement village before the railways
  • Prairie Town Railroad
  • The newly opened Heritage Town Square (2009)
If you intend to travel to Heritage Park Historical Village, South Calgary Hotel is the closest hotel within a 12-minute drive from Calgary city center and Heritage Park Historical Village. Calgary Golf & Country Club is 5 minutes' drive away. Glenbow Museum is 8 km from South Calgary Econo Lodge, and it is also possible to stay at Heritage Park Hotel, which is Heritage City Square. The addition includes many new buildings that depict a large city in western Canada.
This hotel features a daily breakfast and a fitness center. Free internet access is available in all rooms, cable TV is also available in every room at Econo Lodge South Calgary. Some rooms have a kitchenette. A guest laundry room is also available. An indoor pool and a bathtub hot. There is a business center on-site and free newspapers are provided.
1- Hotel Econo Lodge South Calgary