COVID NOTE: Our museum is now closed to the public. We are using this time to upgrade, repair and create new displays, storage areas and programs. Please call our office for more information. Monetary donations still accepted via e-transfer sundremuseum@telus.net  

Celebrating The Way We Were

Pioneer House

Travel back in time! See how early Sundre and area pioneers lived. Learn about the various cultures and communities that transformed and created the Sundre we know now. Tour our pioneer village which sits on 4 acres of land and houses 8 heritage buildings. Wander around our reception gallery with ever changing displays and take a walk on the wild side in our World of Wildlife exhibit which displays over 170 animal mounts from around the world. We invite you to the beautiful historic downtown Riverside District; in the heart of Sundre, where we celebrate "The Way We Were".

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Photo Credit:  Mike Kapiczowski

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ANTIQUE PHOTOS

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$50 Sitting fee

NOTE: This does not include museum admission rates. 

HOURS

DUE TO COVID WE HAVE MODIFIED OUR HOURS:

Thursday – Saturday: 10AM - 4PM

Sunday 1pm - 4pm

ADMISSION

SUMMER MONTHS

Family $30

Adults $10

Seniors (65+) / Youth: $8

6 & under: FREE

No charge for veterans 

    No charge for  CANOO

ADMISSION

WINTER MONTHS

Family $25

Adults $8

Seniors (65+) / Youth: $6

6 & under: FREE

NEW HOURS!

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Phone: 403.638.3233 Fax: 403.638.3295 E-Mail: sundremuseum@telus.net Address: 211 - 1st Ave SW Box 314 Sundre, AB  T0M 1X0

Accessible for those with limited mobility

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The Sundre & District Historical Society would like to acknowledge that the Sundre & District Museum is located on Treaty 6 and 7 territories which have been the traditional meeting grounds, gathering place and travelling route for the Blackfoot Confederacy, Tsuu t'ina, Stoney Nakota and Region 3 Metis. We also wish to publicly acknowledge the many First Nations, Metis and Inuits whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.

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