Strathcona County Museum & Archives offers a valuable learning opportunity for everyone, from kindergarten children to seniors. Our exhibits explore the history of the land we live on, from the native peoples who first settled here, to pioneers, the natural world, and even the present day.
We offer a range of educational opportunities, including:
We expand on the Social Studies Curriculum to help students explore our exhibits and interact with our artifacts so that they understand what life was like for the pioneers who came here in the 1900s.
Historical Activity Booklets
Provided to students in Grades 1-4 during tours, these booklets include question & answer activities, colouring exercises and more.
Seniors love our museum because it brings back many memories, and we’re happy to organize accessible tours for them.
Summer Camp Days Out
Our fun and educational museum is an ideal day out for summer camp groups. Learn about local history with our hands-on exhibits, listen to stories and enjoy the environment our interpreters provide.
Discover the history of the area and the people who lived here through our collection of books.
Use our computers to research the family tree of Strathcona County and find out how you are connected to the founding families of the area.
We have access to a large volume of archives and fonds and can offer research services for history projects including family history and geneology research. Please contact us or come in to find out more.
Take a trip down memory lane and reminisce with seniors! Boxes of old kitchen or tool artifacts are loaned free of charge.