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5 upcoming events

  • Opening day

    Culture and entertainment History
    Bar U Ranch site
    Time: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    Location(s): Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

    The gates swing open at 10:00 a.m.! Take a walk through Canada’s ranching history, ride a horse drawn wagon and meet our genuine western interpreters.

  • National Indigenous Peoples Day

    Culture and entertainment History
    Four indigenous girls.
    Time: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    Location(s): Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

    For generations, Indigenous peoples and communities have celebrated their culture and heritage on the summer solstice. Come out and enjoy visiting with Indigenous neighbours and experience the new interpretive area showcasing a traditional Stoney Nakoda tipi and wall tent.

  • Canada Day

    Culture and entertainment Food and drink History
    A wagon pulled by horses
    Time: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    Location(s): Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

    Celebrate Canada Day at Canada’s ranch! Pack a picnic, take in a wagon tour, visit the interpretive Stoney Nakoda tipi encampment, enjoy a hike on the Pekisko Creek Trail and visit with our animals. Loads of family fun and activities! Admission is free on Canada Day.

  • Historic Places Day

    Culture and entertainment History Nature
    A horse pulling a vintage farm wagon
    Time: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    Location(s): Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

    Experience Canada’s rich ranching history at Bar U Ranch. Visit the newly-restored horse barn and take a stroll along the ranch’s walking trail. There is always something old, new and fun to discover at Bar U Ranch!

  • Alberta open farm day

    History Nature
    Young boys look at chicken coop
    Location(s): Bar U Ranch National Historic Site

    Free Admission for all on August 13th! At Bar U Ranch, discover the rich traditions and history of ranching in Canada. Alberta Open Farm Day is a collaborative, province-wide event to experience the farming lifestyle and understand where exactly our food comes from. It is a backstage pass to meet the farmer, experience agriculture-tourism in Alberta and taste local foods direct from the producer.