Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park
Come take a step into the past... into a land before time. Visit Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park.Book Now
Enter a stunning facility and embark upon an unforgettable journey as you delight in fantastic Exhibitions and dazzling Performances, and enjoy an exciting, authentic, Blackfoot cultural experience.Book Now
Enter a stunning facility and embark upon an unforgettable journey as you delight in fantastic Exhibitions and dazzling Performances, and enjoy an exciting, authentic, Blackfoot cultural experience.
Sample some delicious traditional food in our restaurant or take home a special memory from our gift shop. Don’t limit yourself to the building. Take a self-guided tour of the numerous historic sites with trail markers to explain the importance of each site.
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🌟 Join us for a festive celebration and showcase your unique products at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park Christmas Market! 🌟 📅 Date: December 14th 📍 Location: Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park If you’re interested in becoming one of our cherished vendors, simply reach out to us:
📧 Email: email@example.com
📞 Call: 403-734-5328
We’ll be providing each vendor with one table and two chairs, but feel free to bring your own setup to make your space uniquely yours! Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to be part of our Christmas Market and spread the holiday joy. 🎁
Very exciting News! Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park is thrilled to announce that we will be receiving the 11,000-year-old Bison antiquus occidentalis specimen on November 30th. Discovered near Taber, Alberta, in 1957, this mature male skeleton tells a unique tale of early human interaction with the extinct giant bison in North America. With the potential for a world-class exhibit at the Badlands Historical Centre, this ancestor to Plains Buffalo evolved during a changing climate and eventually became extinct 6,000 years ago. The discovery also includes a stone artifact embedded in the specimen’s brain case, marking the earliest known evidence of human presence in Alberta and dating the end of glaciation. Join us for a special welcoming ceremony as we celebrate this remarkable piece of history. Everyone is invited to be part of this momentous occasion. Let’s come together to honor the past and embrace the significance of this unique discovery!