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Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site

# Site 127 Comp 6, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta T4T 2A4, Canada
+1 403-845-2412
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Lots of History

Took the wrong road and ended up in the camp ground but was nice to see the trappers tents, teepees... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brenda A
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Informative - Great Bannocks!! :)

This was an interesting stop. We really enjoyed the Bannock making display and tasting the results... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Lisa D
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Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada
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# Site 127 Comp 6, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta T4T 2A4, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Took the wrong road and ended up in the camp ground but was nice to see the trappers tents, teepees and historic markers there as well. Nice day trip!

Thank Brenda A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was an interesting stop. We really enjoyed the Bannock making display and tasting the results. My husband enjoyed reading all of the plaques and the staff all seemed very eager to offer help or information. The Virtual/Mine craft display looked cool and a great...More

1  Thank Lisa D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We spent a afternoon here with grandchildren (ages 8 - 12). they loved it and so did we! the puppet show was fun and interesting as well as the various demonstrations. The staff who work there are excellent at their jobs and the grandchildren really...More

1  Thank Retiredhappytravelor
Reviewed 11 July 2017

A great place to live and learn and get a taste of just how Rocky was born, a really awesome Canada day celebration

Thank Dallas D
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Great interactive site, staff reenacting roles of the black smith & fur traders. Reminder of different times and the relevance of the fur trade on Albertas history. Great camp grounds and tents available, excellent views of the buffalo and of course the river.

1  Thank Coreen S
Reviewed 6 July 2017

A fabulous place to stop if interested in very early European explorer history in Canada. Unfortunately road signage is sparse and confusing. We entered from the campground end and although we got to see all of the site and info at that end we ran...More

1  Thank NDTour
Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

I spent most of a morning here. It's a nicely developed NHS that commemorates a long time role in Alberta settler history. There are plenty of interesting artifacts well displayed, with interesting information easily available. There are a couple of well laid out self-guided, interactive...More

1  Thank cgy_mission
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

We had to wait until 4 pm to check in to our accommodation and decided to spend the time here. The displays inside the museum were very informative but a bit hard to follow for a linear thinker like me. It was a beautiful afternoon...More

1  Thank Catherine H
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

This was a good place to visit very informative. Nice to see sites like this being well maintained like this

Thank Steve C
Reviewed 8 December 2016

While not the Disneyland of Alberta the visit was most pleasant and informative, Try asking about David Thompson.

Thank Captronnz
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