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.

Get your Free Guide

2 Ways to Get Your Free Guide

• Download a PDF of the Experience Alberta's History brochure.

Call 1-800-ALBERTA (1-800-252-3782) to have an Experience Alberta's History brochure mailed to you.



You can 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. Brooks Aqueduct, Okotoks Erratic, Frog Lake Historic Site and Leitch Collieries do not charge admission (some accept donations).


Brooks Aqueduct Father Lacombe
Chapel
Fort George & Buckingham House Frank Slide Interpretive Centre Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site
Brooks Aqueduct
Father Lacombe Chapel Fort George and Buckingham House Frank Slide Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Historic Dunvegan Leitch Collieries Lougheed House Oil Sands Discovery Centre Remington Carriage Museum
Historic Dunvegan Leitch Collieries Lougheed House OIl Sands Discovery Centre Remington Carriage Museum
Reynolds-Alberta Museum Royal Alberta
Museum
Royal Tyrrell Museum
of Palaeontology
Rutherford House Stephansson House
Reynolds-Alberta Museum Royal Alberta Museum Royal Tyrrell Museum Rutherford House Stephansson House
Royal Tyrrell Museum Field Station Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Victoria Settlement    
Tyrrell Field Station Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Victoria Settlement    

 

Last reviewed/revised: June 30, 2015