Le parc Fort Edmonton, ouvert en 1974, est le plus grand musée d’histoire vivante du Canada. Quatre époques distinctes de l’histoire d’Edmonton reprennent vie grâce à des interprètes costumés et à des programmes : le campement cri et le fort de 1846 (la traite des fourrures); la rue de 1885 (la colonisation); la rue de 1905 (les débuts de la municipalité); et la rue de 1920 et les attractions foraines (les débuts de la métropole).

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