The Cosmic Ray Station on Sulphur Mountain in Banff National Park was built by the National Research Council in the winter of 1956-57. Take a short walk along the interpretive boardwalk to Sanson’s Peak and peer into the structure where Norman Sanson recorded his observations for 30 years.
When you visit the Wabamun & District Museum you will see many artifacts, stories and pictures that tell of these early tourists who would travel to Wabamun by train for picnics, boat excursions on the lake and summer vacations. The Museum is housed in the United Church building that was built in 1934. The exhibits not only tell the story of early tourist but also the hard work of early pioneers when were farmers, coal miners, mink farmers, commercial fishermen, and more.
We are open Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on weekends by appointment. The Worsley Homestead Heritage Museum is owned by Clear Hills County and is operated by the Worsley Historical Society.Worsley is a hamlet located in northern Alberta within Clear Hills County. It is located in the Peace Country, at the northern end of Highway 726, approximately 18 km north of Highway 64, 59 km northwest of Hines Creek, and 50 km east of the British Columbia border.
Relive the magical story as you are whisked away on THE POLAR EXPRESS™. Guests are served hot chocolate and cookie treat by Polar Express chefs. Read along with the classic book by Chris Van Allsburg. Santa will board at North Pole, giving out “first gift of Christmas” to children.
Welcome to the Hangar Flight Museum, holding a historically-significant collection of airplanes and helicopters sure to delight aviation enthusiasts. Enjoy a family admission of $32, which includes two adults and up to four children aged 17 and under, a value of $56 if purchased separately.
Bring the whole family to enjoy dozens of hands-on interactive exhibits at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in Calgary, and 150 years of Canadian sport history. This offer is valid for two adults and two children during regular operating hours. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.
Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, passengers will relive the magic of the story as they are whisked away on THE POLAR EXPRESS™. Once on board, passengers are served hot chocolate and a cookie treat by Polar Express Chefs and everyone receives a ceramic souvenir Polar Express mug. During the first leg of the journey to the North Pole passengers read along with the classic children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg. Santa will board the train at North Pole and walk through each car giving out the “first gift of Christmas” – a silver colored sleigh bell.
Experience the magic of Christmas past at Heritage Park Historical Village. Tour the park, all decked out for the season on a festive horse-drawn wagon ride, wander through the historical homes and exhibits to see how Christmas was celebrated 100 years ago. Warm your toes by a crackling fire, decorate gingerbread men and catch a fun and festive holiday performance. Pick up unique gifts for under the tree, craft old-fashioned ornaments and visit Old Saint Nick and his reindeer. This event runs from November 25, Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. until Dec. 16 then Friday and Saturday, Dec. 22 and 23.
Enjoy a festive Christmas Tea in the Famous 5 Centre of Canadian Women at Heritage Park Historical Village. Nibble on an assortment of goodies in the grand dining room of this stunning home. Tickets include admission into Gasoline Alley Museum for the Winter CARnvial event, plus a coupon for the Haskayne Mercantile Block shops. Tea sittings are at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.