This is a resource for exploring Edmonton's historic built landscape. Come learn about the buildings that make Edmonton unique and the architecture that surrounds you everyday.
The Edmonton Historical Board acknowledges the traditional land on which we reside is in Treaty Six Territory. We would like to thank the diverse Indigenous Peoples whose footsteps have marked this territory for centuries, such as nêhiyaw (Cree), Dené, Anishinaabe (Saulteaux), Nakota Isga (Nakota Sioux), and Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) peoples. We also acknowledge this as the Métis homeland and the home of one of the largest communities of Inuit south of the 60th parallel. It is a welcoming place for all peoples who come from around the world to share Edmonton as a home. It is important that we not only recognize our shared histories, but also each other's contributions to establishing the built heritage of Edmonton and Area.
Discover Edmonton's Architecture
Edmonton’s architecture was a product of its time. A bit of information about the city’s past will help you understand the buildings you see today.
Come discover Edmonton’s history!