The Confluence, formerly known as Fort Calgary, is located just east of downtown Calgary on a 40-acre site. Open year-round, you can explore exhibits about Treaty 7, Métis influence in Alberta, and Calgary’s early history with a replica 1888 Fort Calgary Barracks, and enjoy a the parklands where the Bow and Elbow rivers meet, a site significant to Indigenous peoples long before the North West Mounted Police established Fort Calgary in 1875.

Address: 750-9th Ave SE, Calgary, AB
Telephone: 403-290-1875