Fort Calgary is a National Historic Site and a charitable not-for-profit.
Fort Calgary is culturally and historically significant. It is located at the confluence of Bow and Elbow Rivers which is a part of a vast, dynamic and unfolding territory rooted in stories and lifeways of Blackfoot, Nakoda, Tsuu’tina and Métis people. These distinct and diverse worldviews and communities have developed here over thousands of years, and are still active today.
Fort Calgary is a place to learn, gather, host, and connect.
As a National Historic Site on Treaty 7 territory, we encourage all those who visit this place to learn and recognize the truthful and complete history of this site. It is a place to reconnect with the land, people, the past and the present through the various experiences we offer here: exhibits, public programs, venue rentals, education programs, and volunteering.
March 7, 2020:
March 17, 2020:
March 23, 2020:
March 26, 2020:
March 31, 2020:
Guest Lecture with Professor Daniel Voth and the Calgary Institute for the Humanities
April 12, 2020:
Visit fortcalgary.com for event details.