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National Historic Sites in Alberta
Fort Macleod National Historic Site of Canada

Musical Ride performance
Musical Ride performance

The original Fort Macleod was built in 1874 as the headquarters of the North West Mounted Police. The Fort Museum brings to life the story of Canada’s famous Mounted Police force through demonstrations, hands on programs and interactive exhibits. The Centennial Building provides a glimpse into traditional First Nations
culture. Eight other galleries highlight the impact of the NWMP and pioneer settlement on South West Alberta.

The site is open May to October and is located on 219 25th St. in the town of Fort Macleod, Alberta.

For more information, please contact: 403-553-4703 or check out our website at

Toilets, Accessible

Services: interpretive tours available, Musical Ride performance, picnic facilities, gift shop, wheelchair available, parking available.