Kanouse House - Historic Places Day

Kanouse House

Fort MacLeod, Alberta
House Museum/Homestead
The Fort Museum, 219 Jerry Potts Blvd, Fort MacLeod, AB, Canada
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9 am to 6 pm

This original 19th century building, which sits on its original site, once housed Fred Kanouse’s trading post.  Fred Kanouse operated this trading post when the North West Mounted Police built Fort Macleod, and members of the Force would often come here to play cards.


  • Family-Friendly
  • Parking
  • Parkland
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Access


The Fort Museum, 219 Jerry Potts Blvd, Fort MacLeod, AB, Canada
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