What’s On

Check out what is happening at the Strathcona County Museum & Archives.

Our Next Saturday Program is

How did we ever communicate before cell phones and social media? Drop in to listen in on a telephones switchboard conversation and decipher secret Morse Code Messages. Rediscover early writing tools and try your hand at calligraphy. September 28, 1 to 3 pm.

We change our special exhibits throughout the year and host events frequently, so visit often to see more!


October 26 – 6 to 9 pm – 7th Annual Spooky Saturday!
Admission is $5 (children 2 and under free)

Costumes encouraged, flashlights recommended.
Advanced tickets are available at the Museum.

Our newsletter archive can be found here.

Special Exhibit

Industrious Beginnings, our latest Special Exhibit highlights the industries that have shaped our County. For the Fur Trade to Oil, our history has been shaped by our resources.

On display until September 2019.


Our pioneer-themed exhibits have been enhanced with modern technology. We have a vignette in each exhibit to give you a more in-depth look at how pioneers lived. Get a sneak peek here.