Selkirk Grille at Heritage Park Historical Village
The Selkirk Grille is named after a powerful steam-locomotive that traversed the Rocky Mountain’s Selkirk Range in the 1950s. Today, you’ll spot the Selkirk Grille near its namesake locomotive just outside the gates to Heritage Park – Canada’s largest living historical museum.
A prominent sandstone bar, warm wood accents and music from a bygone era are just some of the vintage features that will whisk you away from the everyday. Those seeking an elegant, locally sourced and organic dining experience are in for a treat at the Selkirk Grille. Our skilled staff will ensure you receive exceptional service to match the exquisite fare.
The Selkirk Grille is set just outside the entrance of the impressive Gasoline Alley Museum, an exhibition space devoted to golden age of the automobile and its effect on our society.
Lunch service starting at 11:00 a.m.
Dinner service starting at 5:00 p.m.
May to December open Mondays for lunch only and Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.
January to April open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.
Reservations are recommended. Please call 403.268.8607
- 100% Non-smoking
- 120 seats
- Casual dining
- Corkage fee
- Debit Card/Interac
- Dinner Entree: $30 to $39
- Free parking
- Group seating
- Grow own produce
- Meeting rooms
- On-site parking
- OpenTable online reservation
- Reservations recommended
- Seasonal outdoor patio
- Source local produce
- Wheelchair access