Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
NOTICE: Admission increase
Admission fees at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village increased on September 2, 2014. The cost of purchasing annual passes has also increased. Find out more on the Admission and Hours page.
History is brought to life at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, an open-air museum where costumed role-players recreate the life of early Ukrainian pioneers that settled in east central Alberta from 1892-1930. Step back in time to hear real stories of hardships and triumphs in Canada’s oldest and one-time largest bloc settlement of Ukrainian pioneers.
Explore more than 30 relocated and restored structures including a burdei (sod house), a one-room school, grain elevator, blacksmith shop and three churches of Eastern Byzantine Rite. Special events take visitors of all ages back to east central Alberta’s cultural and agricultural roots. Make your experience complete with authentic Ukrainian food.
Open daily from 10 a.m. 5 p.m., May long weekend to Labour Day.
Located only 25 minutes east of Edmonton along Highway 16.
Please note the Village's Pet Policy about
bringing pets to the Ukrainian Village.
Last reviewed/revised: September 2, 2014