The Raymond & District Historical Society was formed in 1989 by citizens of the Town in order to preserve the history of Raymond, Alberta and the surrounding area. The museum boasts a wide range of exhibits and artifacts from the community and actively posts interesting stories from our past on their Facebook page. The Historical Society operates the Raymond Pioneer Museum.
The Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre is just north of the Legislature building in Edmonton. The Visitor Centre is home to Alberta Branded (retail store) the Borealis Gallery, Pehonan Theatre and Agora Interpretive Centre. Each of these spaces are designed to provide a unique visitor experience with an emphasis on active citizenship and the democratic process in the province. Alongside the Legislature Building, the Visitor Centre also hosts a wide variety of free events and programs all year round. Heritage Interpreters will enhance your visit with their knowledge and welcoming manner. Come visit now, open for you to discover!
The Northern Rockies Museum of Culture and Heritage is Hinton's newest attraction. Housed in Hinton's original 1911 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway station, the museum features railway and communication history, the Hinton area before the townsite developed and after as well as industry and natural history. Immerse yourself in Hinton's history more with portable tablet displays and tactile exhibits.
Please join us on July 7 at 11:00 or at 2:00 for a site tour and talk with Dr. Margaret Kennedy. Dr. Kennedy led a detailed archaeological study of the Morleyville Mission settlement in 1984 and 1985, and will share her findings and interpretations of what she found at one of southern Alberta’s most significant historic sites. We will walk around the lower ledge where she did the excavation, so please wear walking shoes and dress for the weather. A great learning opportunity for all ages!
Venture back to the Pioneer Times with the Kneehill Historical Museum! The museum is hosting their annual Pioneer Times day, which is an open house to the whole museum. It will be free admission, live demonstrations, a model train display, ~60's school reunion, delicious food will be served and it will be lots of fun for the whole family!It will be on June 9, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Kneehill Historical Museum, located in Three Hills Alberta, adjacent to the Three Hills Campground and across from the Hospital.Come join the fun with family and friends!
Do more than celebrate our Western Canadian heritage this Heritage Day, live it at Heritage Park Historical Village! Lively costumed interpreters bring history to life in the homes, shops and on the streets of Heritage Park! Take part in a family park-wide scavenger hunt, enjoy old-fashioned family games, antique midway rides and engaging street theatre! Help welcome new Canadians during an official citizenship ceremony!