Get a history lesson in Calgary for $122

Posted March 16, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the day 03-16-12March 16, 2012

Visit Calgary, have a great time and learn something new!

Discover Fort Calgary, built by the North West Mounted Police, the precursors to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. When the NWMP built this fort in 1875, they laid the foundations for the city of Calgary.

You and your family will also get the opportunity to explore Lougheed House, a National Historic Site. Built in 1891 and originally known as Beaulieu, Lougheed House is located in the Beltline district of the city.

Package includes:

  • Admissions to Fort Calgary
  • Admissions to the Lougheed House
  • 1 night stay in a Calgary hotel
  • Price starts from $218 per room, based on 2 adults

To Book: Click here, or call the Tourism Calgary office for more information at 1-800-661-1678.

View Larger Map

About the Author


Vicky is the worldly publisher of Having graduated from McGill University in Montreal, she has set about building a talented team of travel experts to deliver to you words and images of the very best places to see and experience in Canada. Based in Yorkville in Toronto, Vicky regularly jet sets around Canada — be sure to catch up with her when she's in your part of the country.

Top 50 Restaurants in Canada
  • patrick-kriss-alo-toronto
  • nick-kennedy-civil-liberties-toronto-bartender
  • jason-bangerter-langdon-hall-sturgeon-skin-2016-small
  • Chef Roy Oh-Anju-Calgary
  • gooseneck-barnacles-geoduck-wolf-in-the-fog-tofino-bc

How wine can impact Canadian tourism