Alberta's Provincial Historic Sites, Interpretive Centres and Museums
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This year, visit a place you haven't seen in a while—Alberta's past.

Check out Alberta's network of provincial historic sites, interpretive centres, museums and archives and make your summer historic.

For your FREE GUIDE call: 1-800-ALBERTA (1-800-252-3782)

Call any Government of Alberta historic site or museum toll-free from anywhere in Alberta.
Dial 310-0000, then the full number of the museum or facility you're looking to reach.

Please note: Turner Valley Gas Plant is not open to the public at this time other than during its Centennial Celebrations in spring 2014. Brooks Aqueduct, Okotoks Erratic, Frog Lake Historic Site and Leitch Collieries do not charge admission (some accept donations).There may be additional fees charged for some special exhibits or events at some museums or interpretive centres.

Last reviewed/revised: March 25, 2014