Innisfail & District Historical Village, 5139 42nd St., is home to 17 buildings, including a blacksmith shop, train station, barn and pioneer church. The .81-hectare (2-acre) site features 18 furnished structures as well as The Bowden Train Station, which displays various relics. Originally located about 6 kilometres (4 mi.) north of Innisfail, the 19th-century “Spruces” building once served as a depot on the stagecoach trail between Calgary and Edmonton and is purportedly the last surviving stopping house from the route. Historical gardens also grace the village grounds.