The Grande Prairie Museum & Heritage Village, are set in the picturesque Muskoseepi Park in Grande Prairie, depicting the history of the region. The Museum is open year-round, its main focus has been the early pioneers, from the early 1900s, who homesteaded Grande Prairie. Since its initial opening, the Museum has now grown to a collection of over 55,000 artifacts under five main themes: Paleontology, Archaeology, Natural History, Human History and Curios and Collections.
Grande Prairie Live Theatre is a one-stop entertainment destination. With a season of plays, a concert series of Canadian and international roots music artists, a winter season of feature films and the Reel Shorts Film Festival May 10th to 16th, 2016, this community theatre is unique in the breadth of its programming.
Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum is an international institute for experiential learning dedicated to Alberta’s palaeontological heritage, through research, collection, preservation, exhibition, public programming, publications and innovative outreach. It is a world-class facility featuring exhibit galleries, a theatre, classrooms, palaeo-labs, a restaurant, a gift shop and a fossil walk.