Galt Museum & Archives

The Galt Museum & Archives in Lethbridge is an established cultural leader in southern Alberta, having contributed to the fabric of the region since the 1964

Glenbow Museum

Glenbow is a museum, art gallery, library, and archives all under one roof. One of Canada's largest museums, Glenbow boasts more than 1 million artifacts, more than 31,000 works of art, approximately 100,000 books, and 2 million photographs.

Grande Prairie Museum and Heritage Village

The Grande Prairie Museum & Heritage Village are set in the picturesque Muskoseepi Park, along the banks of Bear Creek, in Grande Prairie, Alberta and depict the history of the region.

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump

Head-Smashed-In - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - has been used continuously by aboriginal peoples of the plains nearly 6,000 years and is one of the world's oldest, largest, and best preserved buffalo jumps.

Heritage Park Historical Village

Heritage Park offers guests an opportunity to immerse themselves in an exciting glimpse of Western Canada's distinctive past.

Historic Markerville Creamery Museum

In 1902, the Markerville Creamery opened its doors bringing prosperity to the tiny Icelandic hamlet. The Creamery became a leader within the agricultural sector. The Creamery closed its doors in 1972, and the Museum opened in 1986, housing artifacts in the original building. Interpreters guide you through the butter making process and share secrets that exist within the walls.