Fort Steele Heritage Town

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About Fort Steele Heritage Town, Fort Steele

Fort Steele is a heritage town in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. It is located north of the Crowsnest Highway along Highways 93 and 95, 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Cranbrook.

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Address: 9851 Highway 93/95, Fort Steele, BC V0B 1N0, Canada

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Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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  • It is a fun day trip for the family. Lots to learn and interact with. Only complaint was the photos... we were planning to do them as a family however we weren't told appointments were needed so we missed out on something we really wanted to do.

  • Absolutely love it here, if I had one gripe though it would be the hours. This place would be great if they were open late, walking around the streets at night would be awesome.

  • So much to see. We came a little before everything got officially opened but it was still great to walk around and visit history. After Father's Day is when everything opens up. The staff and volunteers were very friendly and knowledgeable. We got to see baby goats, so cute.

  • One of the biggest and most elaborate National Historic sites I've been to. Great acting by the players there. Very authentic recreation of Canada in the 1890's.

  • A bit odd for my liking - they only want to take cash & the little stores were strange. The kids were confused about the theme, my wife & I thought it was a bit prehistoric omish polygamy mixed with the dust & horse droppings scented of yesteryear. Wouldn't go back, but it may be fun for the old or inexperienced traveling folk.

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