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2023 Go East of Edmonton Travel Guide Premier Attractions

Métis Crossing – Open year round with signature and culinary experiences and special events. It features a new Lodge, Wildlife Park and is now a year round destination with international exposure. Learn about the distinct Indigenous story of the Métis people. Located on the majestic North Saskatchewan River in Smoky Lake County (see page 47).

Fort Heritage Precinct – Where Alberta’s settlement history began! Step back in time to the days of the Fur Trade in Treaty 6 Territory at the 1875 Northwest Mounted Police Fort located in Fort Saskatchewan (see page 71).

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village – The history of Ukrainians in Alberta stretches back over 130 years, when the first Ukrainians to Canada settled in the Edna-Star region (Lamont County) The story of early Ukrainian settlement and culture is brought to life at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, where visitors can explore historic buildings and chat with first-person interpreters and tour guides (see page 77).

Battle River Train Excursions – Ride the rails on seven delightful themed trips. Located southeast of Camrose in Flagstaff County Book a train trip today! (See page 139).