A short detour from Highway 21 takes you to the Anthony Henday Museum located on Main Street in Delburne. Our focal point is local history from the days of Anthony Henday in 1754 through the pioneers, social, economic and agricultural development, and the coal mining years.
The railroad was instrumental in the development of the area and our exhibits are housed in Delburne’s’ original CN Train Station and water tower. You can enter a replica coal mine, visit a one room school, and check out our many displays from our local history.
- A CN Train Station
- Pioneer life in a replica homesteader’s cabin
- Childhood in the past in a one room school setting
- Railway history as you tour through a CN caboose
- Life as a local coal miner in our extensive coal mine exhibit
- The development of farming through this century in our machine shed
- Extensive displays of past local businesses