Averaging over 25,000 visitors annually, the most well known attraction in Fort Macleod is the Fort Museum. At the Fort Museum, exciting new exhibits and hands-on interpretive programs offer an opportunity to experience life at the early outposts. In July and August, experience the thrill of the Fort's own Musical Ride, visit the NWMP horse stables, inspect the troops, and participate in demonstrations and vignettes re-enacting life in Fort Macleod. The Scarlet Tradition lives on at the Fort Museum of the NWMP. Open May to December.
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Come and howl at the moon with us this season as the Empress Theatre presents a new exciting season of fabulous live music, comedy and first run movies. Romance and history, music and ghost stories, its here in Fort Macleod and waiting to be discovered! Come to the Empress and perhaps you'll meet our biggest fan, Eddy the Ghost.
Fort Macleod's main street buildings are an interesting vignette - characteristic of a significant period in the history of both the town and southern Alberta. Methods of construction, ornamentation and style of these structures are indications of traditions imported by immigrant craftsmen from Eastern Canada, the United States and Europe. Learn more about Fort Macleod's historic main street!
Western Canada's largest Mural, depicts 100 Years of history in Fort Macleod.