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Fort Steele Heritage Town

9851 Highway 93/95, Fort Steele, British Columbia V0B 1N0, Canada
+1 250-417-6000
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Just like I remember as a kid

Fort Steele holds many special memories from my childhood and I think this is a very important... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
A Fun & Historic Site

We were traveling on our Tauck Tour from Glacier national Park to the Canadian Rockies and stopped... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cathie P
Westlake Village, California
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This restored 19th-century "Wild West" town features live performances as well as horse-drawn carriage rides.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good32%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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9851 Highway 93/95, Fort Steele, British Columbia V0B 1N0, Canada
+1 250-417-6000
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Fort Steele holds many special memories from my childhood and I think this is a very important place to bring both the young and old when they are travelling in the area. I was a little surprised by the adult admission fee but I can...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were traveling on our Tauck Tour from Glacier national Park to the Canadian Rockies and stopped at Fort Steele Heritage Village for lunch at one of the Fort's Restaurants. The Village is a Heritage Village that has vintage gals & guys that dress in...More

Thank Cathie P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great stop over for a few hours. Train rain is highly recommended as it stops at the most beautiful site for pictures. The Fort is a great history lesson. We liked that the guides at each shop didn't try to stay in character like at...More

Thank siennacanary
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We enjoyed our visit, they do a great job of making the place interactive. They have actors do skits and each of the buildings throughout the day giving a felling of what it might have been like. The bakery had very good fresh bread, and...More

Thank Curtis S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fort Steel Heritage Village is a collections of turn of the century area buildings that have been assembled to re-create live in the 1890's in the Kootenay District. Interpreters explain life in the town as it was in the 1890s, through interesting stories. Our tour...More

Thank GiftedSkier
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My kids absolutely love this place. My only problem was that the last three times I visited this place I haven't seen actors playing rolls in the streets with gun fights like when I was a kid. Other then that it has it's same appeal...More

Thank Sheldon H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My fiancé and I spent 4 hours walking around the town. The admission is so reasonable and there was a lot to see. The people working there dress in period clothing and there are actors reenacting things in the town. It gives you a great...More

1  Thank avidtravellerscanada
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband and I enjoyed walking around this recreation of a prairie town. It was nicely done with lots to see and the restorations were excellent. We also enjoyed the train ride with a view of the cliffs.

Thank williamsU3607FV
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A great place to see how people lived in the late 1800s & early 1900s. Includes live demonstrations by skilled craftsmen/women, such as seamstress, blacksmith, tinsmith, leathersmith, gold panning and lots of fully stocked specialist business buildings [e.g. doctor, dentist, pharmacist, assayer, hardware store, livery,...More

Thank lynnnddd
Reviewed 17 July 2017

My family and I were headed back to the States after a great week long vacation in Canada. We saw signs along to road about Fort Steele and decided we needed to stretch our legs anyway. We got there just as they were opening. We...More

1  Thank Neal B
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Barb S
22 August 2016|
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Response from Roxie321 |
I am the baker and we make everything on site except Sausage rolls and veggie rolls. I make everything from scratch. There are 2 of us that make sure there are baked goods 7 days àweek. Not sure why you don't think we make... More
15 June 2016|
Response from Laura S |
There are wooden boardwalks that are ramped for access to the buildings as well as a ramp up to the train. In places where there are no boardwalks the roads are very well maintained. Shouldn't be a problem.
Laura S
8 June 2016|
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Response from CarolynMcI | Reviewed this property |
We were there in June . . it was great.