The Seba Beach Museum's displays and artifacts are housed in the former All Saint’s Anglican Church, which was built in 1946. The collection dates back to 1906, depicting the earliest pioneers to present vacation highlights such as boating, sailing, fishing and regattas. Group, senior and school tours are welcomed.
Also on the property is a Gift Shop, original Village Office, and Heritage Wall. The Wall, built in 1995 is dedicated to the people of Seba Beach. It stands to record history with the addition of family plaques attached to the wall, celebrating dates, events and family history.
The Museum annually hosts:
- a Ladies Open Fun Golf Tournament Fundraiser
- July Yard Sale
- August “Bridge on the Beach” Fun Tournament
- Art Shows and Sales by local and known Albertan artists
Village of Seba Beach - beach front road next to the Senior’s Center.