We are a ‘hands-on’ Museum, complemented by a Research Library and Archives. Our theme is centered on life in a rural community and encompasses Strathcona County history from the First Peoples to the pioneers.

Self-Guided Tours

Our historical vignettes in the pioneer-themed permanent exhibits enhance self-guided tours.

Regular Hours
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Monday to Friday 

Watch for Special Event Saturdays!


$5.00 per adult
$4.00 per senior/child

Children 4 and under FREE

Payment by cash or cheque.  Unfortunately we are unable to accept debit or credit cards at this time.


Guided Tours

Pre-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. We provide an excellent learning/teaching opportunity for instructors and students alike, or for anyone interested in local history and heritage.

Our pre-booked school tours are designed to complement the school curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 6. Students will learn how early settlers lived, about our County history, and discover the different cultures in the area. Tours highlight the language arts, science and social studies curriculae. Find out more about our school tours here.

Enjoy an amazing hands-on experience while exploring the local history of Strathcona County. Call us to book your tour.

Facilities at the Museum are available for meetings, birthday parties, evening tours, weddings, or family reunions. See our Facility Rentals page for more information.

To book a tour, send us a message, or call us at 780-467-8189.