LET US HOST YOUR NEXT EVENT

Rental Agreement: Contact our office for more details, to book a date and to obtain a copy of the rental agreement. 

Birthdays & Reunions: The pioneer village is a great place to host your large family, work or school reunion. We have a large covered stage area with power - great for speeches, a sandbox for the young and horse shoe pits for the young at heart. Our covered barn area has pic-nic tables and our concession is a great place to store your cold beverages, cake or serve the potluck items you've decided to bring in. 

RENT THE ROUND: We are pleased to offer the 'round building' for your rental needs. With newly upgraded LED lights, 2 functional washrooms, a first aid kit, and free wifi this area is sure to meet your needs. Contact the office for rental questions and availability. 

MARTHA-MAY SCHOOL HOUSE: This building is rich in history. Functioning as a school located East of Sundre, the Marth-may School house was purchased and moved to its current location a number of years ago. It operated initally as a thrift store and has since been used as a local dance studio. 

CONTACT US

 

Phone: 403 638 3233

Fax: 403.638.3295

Email:sundremuseum@telus.net

ADDRESS

 

211 - 1st Ave SW

Box 314

Sundre, AB  T0M 1X0

HOURS

 

SUMMER: JUNE 6th

Thursday – Saturday: 10AM - 5PM

Sunday 1pm - 5pm

ADMISSION

SUMMER MONTHS

General Admission: Donation

Guided Tours*: $30

Antique Photos*: $50 *Includes museum admission

ADMISSION

WINTER MONTHS

Family $25

Adults $8

Seniors (65+) / Youth: $6

6 & under: FREE

No charge for veterans showing their CFI Card

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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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