What’s On

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

 Here’s what we’re doing to keep you safe:

  • Limiting occupancy to 15 visitors at a time
  • Free Admission
  • Physical distancing with signage and route markers.
  • Allowing access to Village Square exhibits only. The Play & Learn Room will be closed.
  • Hand sanitizer provided.
  • Increased disinfecting/cleaning of the facility.

Please remember:

  • If you are not feeling well, please stay home. 
  • Wear a mask, if available. Please note that we will not be providing masks to visitors. 
  • When walking through the facility, keep your family/household together at all times.
  • Keep your distance; please remember to stay 2 metres/6 feet away from others. 
  • Follow the marked routes.


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

Our newsletter archive can be found here.

Events & Exhibits

Check back later for news on upcoming special event & exhibits!


We have partnered witht the Royal Alberta Museum in the production of Intangible Alberta.

The latest epidode is out now…

A half-century ago, if you stood on the doorstep of the Royal Alberta Museum, you would have looked down what was then 98th street to Hatti’s Harlem Chicken Inn. From the outside, it may have appeared to be an unassuming restaurant. But for Edmonton’s Black community, Hatti’s was more than just a chicken joint — it was a meeting place, where culture and community flourished.

The story of Hatti’s Harlem Chicken Inn is all around us: in local community history books, online articles, in personal testimonies, in photos and newspaper articles, in the memories of those who knew Hatti and her restaurant. Threads stretching out in space and time, and precious ones at that. In this episode of Intangible Alberta, Mat interviews Hatti’s family, community members, and local historians to try to gather these threads, to weave visible what might otherwise be subtle and hard to see.

Listen throught the RAM, on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts – just search Intangible Alberta.


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.