We need to share the great news on the re-opening of more attractions within Edmonton and Area! Here’s who is opening up shortly and what you need to know before arriving!
This information was correct at time of publishing. We recommend double checking the individual websites before arriving in case of any changes.
This museum, located 30 minutes southeast of the Edmonton International Airport, hosts an outstanding collection of vintage vehicles, aircraft, tractors, and industrial machines and is opening on Saturday, June 20th!
- You must pre-purchase your timed entry admission before arriving. Pre-booking will help guarantee your spot and avoid disappointment on arrival.
- If you have a pass or a coupon that you would like to use, please book your admission by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 780-312-2065.
- – Please follow the one-way markers and refrain from touching the artifacts.
- – Bring and wear your own face mask (Note that we will not be providing masks to visitors).
- – Keep your family unit together, and keep children within reach at all times.
- – Please be patient; don’t cross the barriers or crowd around exhibits, practice physical distancing, and wait your turn.
- – Bring your own strollers and wheelchairs as these are not available at this time.
The following areas will be closed.
- – Hands on/Interactive displays
- – Food services – please bring your own food to enjoy at our outside picnic tables or on our lawns
- – Water fountains – please plan ahead and bring your own water
- – Main theatre
- – Drive-In theatre
- Open Wednesday – Sunday from 10am – 5 pm. Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
- Located at 6426-40 Ave. in Wetaskiwin
This outdoor living museum tells the story of Ukrainian immigrants and their settlement history in Central Alberta from 1892 to the 1930s. With the new guidelines in place, the experience will be a bit different this year. While many of the building interiors will be closed, visitors will have the opportunity to see the Village from a different perspective. Costumed interpreters will be placed throughout the site offering detailed information about Ukrainian settlement in east central Alberta. This season, interpreters will not be in character, allowing visitors to ask a wide range of questions and learn about different aspects of the museum.
- – They are limiting visitors to a maximum occupancy of 250 at a time.
- – Please be prepared that there may be a delay in entering the Village if they are at capacity.
- – Please bring and wear your own non-medical mask. (Note that we will not be providing masks to visitors.)
- – Keep your family unit together when walking through the museum, and keep children within reach at all times.
- – Please be patient – don’t crowd around buildings and wait your turn.
- – Use the marked one-way routes
- – Bring your own strollers and wheelchairs, as these will not be available onsite.
- – Be prepared to pay for your visit with debit or credit card.
- – Please follow entrance and exit signs in and out of the Visitor Centre.
These areas will be open.
- Some buildings that will be available for viewing:
- Bellis Home Grain Elevator
- Blacksmith Shop
- Grekul House
- Morecambe School
- Radway Livery Barn
- St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church (choir loft closed)
- Wostok Hardware
- – Food service is available, following all Alberta Health restrictions and guidelines. Food services are operated by the Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society.
- – The gift shop is open, with a maximum of five people at one time.
The following areas will be closed.
- – Most building interiors are closed due to physical distancing requirements; costumed interpreters will be placed throughout the site to enhance the visitor experience.
- – No educational programs, school trips, or group visits at this time.
- – High-touch amenities are not available. This includes vending machines, ATM, and water fountains.
- – Scooters are not available for rent.
- – Wagon rides are not available.
- Open Tuesday – Sunday from 10am – 5 pm. Closed Mondays, except holidays.
- Located only 25 minutes east of Edmonton along Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16)
Edmonton’s newest outdoor adventure—and the first of its kind in Canada—is now open!
With over 100 games and challenges, the aerial trekking tower is fun for the whole family. Strap yourself into a harness and get ready to test your balance—and nerve—on a ski bridge, snowboard balance bridge, picnic table, bicycle, coal car, travel trailer, and a few surprises.
- – Advanced bookings ONLY, no walk ups
- – Have your waiver completed online beforehand
- – Please arrive 15 min early (instead of 20).
- – Closed toe shoes only.
- – Minimum height for any participant: 125cm
- – One guest per group allowed to check-in building.
- – The experience will be a maximum of 2 hours.
- – Masks are not required, but feel free to wear one if you’d like
- – Hand sanitizers will be on each level. Guests will be required to sanitize their hands upon entering the tower, changing levels and leaving the tower.
- – Harnesses will be washed after each use
Open daily from 9am – 9 pm
The Aerial Park is located at 13204 – Rainbow Valley Road (45 ave NW), on 119 St off Whitemud Fwy