Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

Location: 35 km east of Sherwood Park on Hwy 16; or 25 minutes east of Edmonton along Hwy 16.

Info: Open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend; closed to the public the rest of the year except during special events. For the safety of visitors, horses and other livestock and pets are not permitted. Those travelling with pets must leave them in the main visitor parking area. Call toll-free (from within Alberta only) 310-0000, then dial 780-662-3640.

The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village depicts Ukrainian settlement in east-central Alberta from 1892 to 1930 and portrays the struggles early pioneers faced as they turned forest into farmland. With more than 30 restored buildings, as well as costumed interpreters, wagon rides, and farm animals, the village is a fascinating place to explore.

This living history museum allows you to experience the region’s past by visiting farmsteads, three Eastern rite churches, a fully functioning grain elevator, a blacksmith shop, a sod hut, and a townsite. A plethora of special events are held each summer at this multiple-award-winning provincial historic site. Bring a picnic or enjoy locally produced Ukrainian food.


Bringing in the sheaves at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Photo Gallery

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