Fort Edmonton Park is an attraction in Edmonton. Named for the first enduring European post in the area of modern-day Edmonton, the park is the largest living history museum in Canada by area. It includes both original and rebuilt historical structures representing the history of Edmonton (including that of post-horse Indigenous people), and is staffed during the summer by costumed historical interpreters
The 100 Street Funicular opened to the public on December 7, 2017, with the help of the River Valley Alliance, provincial and federal governments. Since opening, the funicular has increased access to the River Valley for Edmontonians and visitors and has created a landmark and connection between downtown and the River Valley. While the funicular is the prominent feature of the site, the Mechanized River Valley Access project also included the development of stairs, viewpoints, pedestrian bridge, artwork and an elevator.
High Level Bridge
The Edmonton Light Rail Transit system, commonly referred to as the LRT, is part of the Edmonton Transit System (ETS). The 21-kilometre route starts at Clareview in Edmonton’s northeast and ends at Century Park in Edmonton’s south end.