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Experience Southern Alberta's History
Let yourself be drawn back in time as you listen to epic tales of the Crowsnest Pass, experience Victorian life, feel the stampede of buffalo and hear the rumble of wagon wheels.
Book now and enjoy unlimited access for one year to Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump (Fort Macleod), Frank Slide Interpretive Centre (Crowsnest Pass), Remington Carriage Museum (Cardston) and Lougheed Hou
Passport to History
Immerse yourself in the history of Southern Alberta and create memories that will last a lifetime as you travel back to days gone by. Listen to epic stories of catastrophic events that changed the course of history, experience the days when the wild buffalo roamed the prairie, see how carriages were constructed, and experience the Victorian life.
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Triumph Over Tragedy
It’s been said that every place has a story, but the Crowsnest Pass has two epic tales to tell – catastrophic events that changed the course of history and convey the fortitude of a people who chose to rise out of tragedy, forge ahead, and create a thriving community in one of the world’s most beautiful and naturally abundant locations.
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Once Upon the Prairie
The backbone of Alberta is its farming and ranching history. Settlers came to the southwest corner of the province eager to claim a piece of the expansive prairie, to set up a homestead, work the land, and build a life on a foundation of natural abundance. The fortitude, ingenuity, and optimism of these early Albertans is preserved and celebrated today at several exceptional historic sit