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Fort Calgary Admission | Fridays-Sundays | 11:00am-6:00pm

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As of September 20, 2021 we are participating in the Government of Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program, now covered under the City of Calgary’s Vaccine Passport Bylaw 65M2021. To visit the museum and help us keep our community safe, please read the following:

From Sept. 20 to Oct. 25: Anyone 12+ visiting the museum must have received at least one dose of a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Proof of a single dose is acceptable as long as the dose was given more than two weeks before time of entry to the museum.

From Oct. 25 Onward: Anyone 12+ visiting the museum must have received two doses of a Health Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine.

Proof of Vaccination Includes:

  • Paper immunization records received at immunization appointments or a paper card printed from MyHealth Records app or website.
  • Digital record from MyHealth Records app or website, or a screenshot/photo of immunization records received at immunization appointments.

Proof of a negative COVID-19 test will be accepted. Test must be privately-paid COVID-19 PCR or rapid test completed within 72 hours of your visit.

Documentation of a medical exemption will be accepted.

All staff and volunteers are required to provide proof of full vaccination.

Outdoor events will be capped under the maximum for outdoor social gatherings. Masking and 2 metre physical distancing with people outside of your household is required.

Mandatory masking requirements and physical distancing for all staff and visitors will remain in place, and we ask that you refrain from visiting if you are feeling unwell.

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Oki, Amba'wastitch, Danit'ada, Tân'si, Bonjour, Hello!

Welcome to Fort Calgary

The confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers has been a historical and cultural gathering place for time immemorial. From its origins as Mohkinsstsis (Blackfoot), Wîchîspa (Nakoda), and Guts’ists’i (Tsuut’ina), to its more recent history, Fort Calgary has a complex story to tell.

Fort Calgary is operated by the Fort Calgary Preservation Society. Fort Calgary preserves, protects, enhances and promotes the significance of the site for the benefit of the citizens and visitors to the city of Calgary.

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