Our community museum focuses on life in Strathcona County, from the first people to present day.
NEW!!!! Summer Time Travelling Science Camps for Grades 4-6
Register for Single Days or the Full Week:
Week 1 July 8-12, 2019 (M-F)
Week 2 July 22-26 (M-F)
Monday: First Nations (Archaeology & Ecology)
Tuesday: Explorers & the Fur Trade (Geography & Zoology)
Wednesday: Agriculture Sciences (Crops, Dairy & Bees)
Thursday: Pioneer Home Sciences (Chemistry & Engineering)
Friday: Coal, Rail & Oil (Engineering & Geology)
Monday-Friday 9 am – 4 pm $50/day
Early Drop-off 8-9 am and Late Pick-up 4- 5 pm included.
Register by calling 780 467 8189 or email Cindy at firstname.lastname@example.org Limited spaces available. Payment by cash or cheque. Payment is required to secure a spot in the Camp.
Visitors can tour the Museum at their own pace. Each exhibit is enhanced with a short video presentation.
10 am – 4 pm
Monday to Friday
Watch for Special Event Saturdays!
$5 per adult
$4 per senior (65+)
$4 per youth (ages 5-17)
Children aged 4 and under FREE
Payment by cash or cheque. We are unable to accept debit or credit cards at this time.
Learn about the History of Strathcona County by booking a Guided Tour. Booked tours feature interpreters who share the history of our exhibits and artifacts. Tours can be customized for groups including schools, seniors, clubs, and organizations. Find out more about our Community Tours here. We provide excellent learning opportunities for instructors and students, or for anyone interested in local history and heritage.
Our prebooked school tours are designed to complement preschool objectives and elementary school curriculum. Students will learn how First Nations People and Early Pioneers lived, the history of the Museum and Strathcona County. Find out more about our School Tours here.
To book a tour, email email@example.com or call 780 467 8189 today!