Attractions in WILD Alberta

Sort the Museums and Roadside Attractions in WILD Alberta

Sort the Museums and Roadside Attractions in WILD Alberta


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Barrhead Centennial Museum
16 Votes
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Originally established in 1906, Barrhead's position as a major trade center on the historic Klondike Trail gave it a significant role in the settlement of northwestern Alberta. Our season begins in May with our Annual Car Run on the long weekend or one week after. With over 65 Antique and Classic cars our Car Run is a perennial favourite. Each June we have Seniors day, tied in with Senior's week. Each July we present a Children's Day, featuring different selected cultures and demonstrations of activities associated with them. read more >

Address: 5629 49 ST, Barrhead , Alberta
Local Phone Number:
Other Phone Number:
(780) 674-5203
off hours (780) 674-5824
Hours: May - September Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 5 PM Sept - April: Open by appointment
Barrhead Centennial Museum

The Canadian Tractor Museum has developed a world class museum featuring over 100 fully restored vintage tractors on display. Tours are available throughout the winter by special request. Admission: $6.00 Adult & $3.00 children (7-12) read more >

Address: 9704-96 Avenue, Westlock, Alberta
Local Phone Number: (780) 349-3353
Hours: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm May 16- Sept. 7 . Tours are available for off season
Canadian Tractor Museum

Fallen Four Memorial Park
12 Votes
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The Fallen Four Memorial Park statues and grounds are open to the public 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The Park stands as an eternal tribute to four RCMP officers killed March 3, 2005. read more >

Local Phone Number: 780-786-4990
Fallen Four Memorial Park

The museum is open to visitors (weekends) in June and (Tuesday - Sunday) during the July and August. It is a great afternoon retreat to learn about some of the key historic movements that helped shape the Woodlands County area and Western Canada. read more >

Hours: July and August – 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m (closed Mondays)
Fort Assiniboine Friendship Museum

The George Pegg Garden was the province's first declared historic resource and is a protected site. It is managed by the George Pegg Botanic Garden Society and hosts a variety of events for the public in the spring, summer and fall. read more >

Address: 56015 Range Road 43, Glenevis , Alberta
Local Phone Number: 780-203-0331
Hours: Open June1 -August 31
George Pegg Botanic Garden

Located in Cache Park in the Hamlet of Jarvie, history buffs can view a fully restored sawmill. read more >

Address: Cache Park, Jarvie, Alberta
Hours: open to the Public all hours
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Klondike Ferry
10 Votes

One of only seven ferries left in Alberta, the Klondike Ferry crosses the Athabasca River on secondary Hwy 661. To access, travel northeast from Fort Assiniboine, or northwest from Vega on secondary Hwy 661. read more >

Hours: April - October
Klondike Ferry

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Lac Ste Anne Pioneer Museum
6 Votes
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History abounds in the museum, schoolhouse, log cabin and blacksmith shop. Located near the Rochfort Bridge with a magnificent view. read more >

Address: 511, 57115 RGE RD 80, Rochfort Bridge, Alberta
Local Phone Number:
Other Phone Number:
(780) 785-2816
(780) 785-3744
Hours: open July and August. Arrangements can be made for tours and special visits
Lac Ste Anne Pioneer Museum

Travel through the Trestle on your next adventure. Built in 1914, the Rochfort Bridge Trestle was once in the history books as the longest wooden rail bridge in Western Canada. read more >

Rochfort Bridge Trestle

Journey to the Centre of Alberta. Just a 3 km hike on a walking trail in from the kiosk on Hwy 33. Travel North on Hwy 33 towards Swan Hills and you'll see the sign on the East side of the road. read more >

The Center of Alberta