The Highlands Historical Society presents “VIP Wagon Tour” on Saturday, September 14, 2019 featuring Fox Burger and Be-a-Bella:
The Highlands Historical Society welcomes you aboard a unique experience in the Highlands on Saturday, September 14, 2019 with 2 unique packages to choose from!
For the first time ever, we are offering VIP experiences with a “Family tour” (welcoming families with young ones) and a night out with the “Date Night Package.”
Get swept away in horse drawn carriage under the arches of the swooping elms trees as your knowledgeable guide brings to life the history of the Highlands.
Tickets are per person. Included in the Date Night Package, you have the exclusive opportunity to dine at Fox Burger in the iconic Gibbard Block. Revel in the history and beauty of this iconic landmark over a Beer, Burger and Fries and get treated at Be-a-Bella to finish the night off right!
Our Family Tour promises an afternoon of fun for the whole family. Our engaging guide offers a 45-minute VIP Wagon Tour with a sweet finish at Be-a-Bella.
Date Night Package ($35/person for HHS Members, $45/person for non-members)
- Includes 1 hour wagon ride and historical tour of the Highlands followed by Beer, Burger and Fries at Fox Burger in the iconic Gibbard Block, with a sweet finish from Be-a-Bella Candy & Gifts.
Times: 3PM, 4:30PM, 6PM, 7:15 PM
Family Tour: $20 per person
- Includes a 45 minute wagon ride and historical tour of the Highlands followed by a sweet treat from Be-a-Bella Candy & Gifts.
Times: 12PM, 1PM, and 2PM
Buy your tickets now to reserve your spot:
There are limited seats available with 8 seats available for each VIP Wagon Tour.
Thank you to Christina Sicoli whose time, talent and creativity were generously donated in conceiving the poster for this event. The Highlands Historical Society greatly appreciates her contribution.
Edmonton born Christina Sicoli moved to the Highlands neighbourhood with her family after living abroad. She is Creative Director at DrugBank.ca, a local Edmonton startup, and works as a freelance designer on the side. She has recently joined the Highlands Communications Committee as a way to get involved with the community. Check out her work at christinasicoli.com.