Stables Building will be open from 10am – 2pm. Drop in to view the Provincial designated Stables Building and see if you’re strong enough to open and close the stable doors!
CLC will have heritage information, historical photos, and maps on display.
Since the weather will be cold, CLC will also serve up complimentary warm drinks for all visitors.
Due to weather forecast, outdoor walking tours have been cancelled.
Drop by the Stables building to view historical exhibits and have a warm beverage!
Significance to Calgary
Known well by many Calgarians as Currie Barracks or CFB Calgary, the base dates back to the 1930’s. Today, the plans for Currie reflect this history while creating a new mixed-use community intended to meet the evolving needs of Calgarians.
The heart of the guided tour is the Stables Building. Built in 1936 by the Canadian armed forces, the K-Shaped building was originally built to house the ‘B’ Squadron of the Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadian) regiment.
In addition, the Stables Building and the rest of initial Currie Barracks construction is also significant for its association with the largest public works program in Alberta during the Great Depression.
The guided tour starts at the Stables Building and will move towards Parade Square. Athlone Hall and the Pellat Building are stops along the tour. All stops on the tour are Provincial designated heritage spaces.
On-site parking is available.- 50+ stalls.