Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is 50 km (31 mi.) e. on Hwy. 16, 3 km e. of the entrance to Elk Island National Park. The lifestyle of the region's Ukrainian immigrant population is portrayed in a village re-created to resemble a typical east central Alberta settlement 1892-1930.
Living-history demonstrations center around more than 35 restored historical buildings, including houses, farm buildings, churches and stores. Costumed interpreters depicting a wide variety of characters from the turn of the 20th century re-create the lives of those who lived in each of the buildings, demonstrating the settlers' daily routines. Special events are held throughout the summer.