Rosebud & District Centennial Museum is located right across from Rosebud Mercantile and Theatre, come enjoy a journey through the past. Established by members of the Rosebud Lions in 1967, the museum highlights the pioneer and ranching history of the Rosebud, Redland and Beynon area. Explore many unique collections, such as cartoon post cards sent by Dick Cosgrave, ten time chuck wagon race winner at the Calgary Stampede, exclaim at the hundreds of salt shakers, and dozens of old fashioned washing machines, and an extraordinary collection of antique tools
Aspen Crossing provides visitors a unique train-themed getaway, with camping, caboose cabins, dining, dinner theatre, shopping and a garden centre.
This century-old heritage building is full of antique artifacts, and reflects life during a past boom - when coal miners sought fortunes and gentlemen became farmers. Step outside the back door to enjoy the Historical, Herbal Garden. The shaded patio invites you to stop and enjoy the quiet of a hot summer day. While you are there, contemplate the perfect sculpture that begs to be erected. The attendant will be happy to record your idea. Wander upstairs to the Prickly Pear Gallery to view the Scenes of the Carbon Murders Mystery. If stairs prove difficult, we have a lift.
Capturing the beauty of the Badlands is the goal of many tourists, but sometimes achieving the images you want can be difficult. That’s why RyKie Images & Events has guided photo walk lessons in some of the most picturesque places within the Brooks Region. Lessons are available for all levels and ages, from the absolute beginner to more advanced hobbyists, your photography skills are guaranteed to be improved. Times and locations are flexible, starting at two hours of instruction. Half and full-day lessons (meals provided) are also available. Experience the stunning beauty of contrasting skies amidst the wilds of Dinosaur Provincial park, or marvel in the shadow of the Brooks Aqueduct - an engineering feat that placed a river in the sky. Or, you can check out the fantastic urban parks like Lake Stafford and see how wildlife can live in harmony with people. Fun is also key in these lessons, with an instructor that provides easy to understand information in a positive, low-key environment. In-depth knowledge of the area also means you will find the most interesting locations to improve your skills.
Willow Creek Adventures offers amazing horseback rides in the badlands of Drumheller, ranging from 1-3 hour trail rides. Willow Creek Adventures also has horse lessons, training and boarding for your horse. The main facility includes a heated barn and indoor heated riding arena as well as an outdoor riding arena.
Alberta's Badlands are unveiled as we depart from Drumheller or other pick-up locations and venture through the scenic Red Deer River Valley. A fleet of PT Cruiser convertibles allow for unhampered 360-degree views of landscapes, creating WOW! moments around each corner and at every hilltop. Not your average day trip!
Hanna's Hospital Ladies Auxiliary Rummage Sale! Donate and Buy! The rummage sale happens twice a year in the Spring and Fall. All money made goes to the Ladies Auxiliary to purchase needed equipment for the Hanna Hospital. Items purchased have included necessary equipment, beds, wheelchairs, etc
Whether they're dancing on their toes to a Canadian Badlands folk song, appreciating the thrill of rock n’ roll, or bopping on their lawn chair to some snappy Big Band – they’ll be swept into an experience they’ll never forget. Watch a 15 Minute live painting. Walk down Vendors Lane. Laugh to Comedic improvisation. Eat Ice Cream! 15 Minutes of Fame—created by you, for you! Now going into its 13th year, this annual festival has awakened a performing arts culture that celebrates artistic diversity. Check out their website for ticket information and performance line up!
Former I-XL foreman and gearhead Al Dillman will give guests the VIP treatment during this Medicine Hat Brick & Tile Tour. Between stunning cliffs and coulees sits an industrial gem: the Medicine Hat Brick & Tile Factory. Discover the stories and people that shaped the settlement of the Badlands, from 1885 to the factory’s end by flood in 2010. Prepare for uneven ground and cool temperatures. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Not suitable for wheelchairs or strollers.Tour starts at 1pm, please arrive early.