Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Learn how the Ukrainians came to settle in the Edmonton area at Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village.

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Centre is history brought to life at this open-air museum where costumed interpreters recreate the life of early Ukrainian pioneers who settled in east central Alberta from 1892-1930. Step back in time to hear real stories of triumph and hardship in Canada’s oldest and one-time largest bloc settlement of Ukrainian pioneers.  But first, dig into an authentic Ukrainian lunch, which includes pyrohy (perogies), holubsti (cabbage rolls), kovbasa (garlic sausage), cucumber salad and refreshments served from the Red Barn!
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Address

Hwy 16 E, Tofield, AB T0B 4J0, Canada

Website

http://www.history.alberta.ca/ukrainianvillage/

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Phone Number

(780) 662-3640

Notes

The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is a seasonal attraction so make sure to check the website before going.
The Village is spread out so remember to bring proper waling shoes.
Elk Island National Park and the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village are only 5 minutes apart...make a day out of it and hit up both attractions!

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