Currie – CFB Calgary/Currie Barracks

Currie – CFB Calgary/Currie Barracks

Date(s): Saturday & Sunday

2566 Flanders Avenue SW


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    Guided Tour Available

Drop in for a guided outdoor walking tour at 10 am, 11 am,  12 noon, or 1 pm.  No registration required.


Guided outdoor walking tour of Parade Square, Athlone and Harvie Halls and the historic Stables.

Check out some amazing engineering, and see if you’re strong enough to open and close the stable doors!

Guided Tours

Drop in for a guided walking tour at one of the following times:

10 am |11 am | 12 noon | 1 pm

Tours are approximately 25 minutes long and will take place mostly outdoors.


Significance to Calgary

Built in 1936 by the Canadian Military. K-Shaped plan, originally built to house the ‘B’ Squadron of the Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadian) regiment.
The Stable Building is significant due to its association with Currie Barracks, the construction of which anchored the presence of permanent military forces in Calgary. In addition, the Stables Building is also significant for its association with the largest public works program in Alberta during the Great Depression.

Additional Info

Year Built: 1936


Men & Women


On-site parking is available.- 50+ stalls.

Public Transit Route Info

Route 20

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