Alberta's Provincial Historic Sites, Interpretive Centres and Museums
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

Facility Rentals

Whether you are planning a family reunion, corporate meeting, wedding, baptism or a gathering of any sort, we have modern facility space available to accomodate your group.

Meetings and Facility Rentals



Step back in time and choose a unique and authentic backdrop for your next meeting, team-building activity or corporate retreat. The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village has a choice of four venues to choose from to suit your meeting needs. Catering service is available through the Kalyna Café, operated by the Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society.

Family Reunions

The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village cordially invites you to celebrate your family history milestones at our authentic living history museum. We can provide a full-service experience for your family reunion, combining facility rentals, catered meal options with a special tour to gain insight on the challenges and successes of your ancestor's settlement experience in east central Alberta.

Religious Ceremonies


The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village has three fully consecrated churches of eastern Byzantine rite that can host religious ceremonies such as Divine Liturgies, wedding ceremonies and baptisms. A number of areas may also serve as a venue for a justice of the peace-officiated ceremony.





Facility Rentals

Please contact us directly if you'd like to make a booking, or have any questions about our group tours and facility rentals:

Phone: (780) 662-3640
Fax: (780) 662-3273
Mailing Address: 8820-112 St. Edmonton NW, T6G 2P8

Enquiries from Alberta, outside the local Edmonton area, can access the Alberta Government toll free service by first dialing 310-0000.

Operated by the Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society, catering is available to groups to suit any need. Book a meal today to add a delicious aspect to your group's visit! Menus are available from the Friends of the Ukrainian Village.


Last reviewed/revised: March 18, 2016