Alberta's Provincial Historic Sites, Interpretive Centres and Museums
Government House

Free Public Tours

This sandstone mansion, completed in 1913 on beautiful grounds in Old Glenora, was built to serve as the official residence of Alberta’s lieutenant governors.

Come and see Alberta’s Government House for yourself, and take a guided tour through 100 years of captivating history. Explore the renowned art collection highlighting the Alberta landscape and life and times of her people. See original furnishings and artifacts from the years 1913-38, when the house served as Alberta’s vice-regal residence.

The outstanding Alberta Room, on the third floor, was the result of extensive renovations in 1976 that made Government House a site for government meetings, conferences and state occasions. Government House is a Provincial Historic Resource and National Historic Site not to be missed!

Free public tours of Government House are available on Sundays and holiday Mondays. Opening hours are from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Information: (780) 427-2281
Admission is free.