Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
History is brought to life at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, a living history museum that tells the settlement story of the largest Ukrainian bloc settlement outside Ukraine. Step back in time (1892 to 1930 period) and interact with costumed role-players depicting authentic pioneer, cultural and agricultural experiences from east central Alberta. Visit over thirty historic buildings including three churches of Eastern Byzantine rite, a burdei (sod house), a working grain elevator and blacksmith shop. Sample delicious Ukrainian food or purchase a unique souvenir at the gift shop. Numerous special events throughout the summer months.
Dates of Operation:
Open seasonally from the May long weekend to Labour Day in September.
Check our website for information on special event days, etc.
2018 Summer season (May 19 to September 3).
Open daily 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Located only 25 minutes east of Edmonton on Hwy 16 (just east of Elk Island National Park)
Mailing address: c/o 8820 – 112 Street Edmonton, AB T6G 2P8
Admission Offer (gate, events, etc.):
Free General Admission with Edmonton Attractions Pass. Self-guided tours only.