Beginning July 25th, the historic Rossdale Power Plant in Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley will welcome guests for the first time. On Saturdays and Sundays, come see what few have seen and learn something new about our shared story.
The Prairie Sky Power Plant Tours will give an opportunity for all Edmontonians and visitors alike to go behind the scenes in this historic building. During the one-hour tour guests will hear the indigenous story, the story of our city, and the story of the building itself.
Why the name Prairie Sky Power Plant Tours?
This is about connecting the past with the future. Prairie Sky Gondola is working hard at building Canada’s first urban gondola system. The Rossdale Power Plant would be the middle station and heart and soul of the experience along the downtown toOld Strathcona alignment.
Who is it for?
The minimum age for tour guests is 15-years old
Maximum tour group size is 15 people
The building is not up to building code and is not accessible for mobility aids
Tickets : Adult: $26.25
Teenager (Over 15 years of age): $16.80
How to get tickets?
WHEN & WHERE
Date: Saturdays and Sundays, July 25 to September 27, 2020 | 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 2:30pm, 4:00pm
Guests must arrive 15-minutes before their scheduled tour start time at the big blue door on the south west corner of the Power Plant near pump house number two, do not attempt to enter the site via EPCOR’s guard shack
Venue & Address
Rossdale Power Plant, 10155 96 Ave NW, Edmonton
There is no parking onsite for the Prairie Sky Power Plant tours. The two closest sites are Kinsmen Fieldhouse parking lot or parking directly north of REMAX Field. Approximately an 8 minute walk from each to the tour gathering point.