Fort Heritage Precinct

It is located in Fort Saskachewan, a small city only 20 minutes’ drive from Edmonton if you are looking for a quiet and neat historic tour. You can come here for a guided tour from Thursdays to Saturdays through the summer, also you can bring treats to the sheep guards that maintain the lawn on the site which doesn’t charge you anything. Not only you can experience the Castle School in the early 20C, but also you can visualize the shelter life here in the fort.


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Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

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