What better way to take a trip back in time than to visit this wonderful museum! The Camrose and District Cetennial Museum was officially opened July 1, 1967 and has been a favorite destination for visitors since. Centrally located two blocks south of Highway 13 (48 Avenue) on 53 Street (Opposite St. Mary's Hospital), this museum is the home of thousands of artifacts. With one main building and twelve outside buildings, not only do we have a lot of space for numerous artifacts, but they are also displayed in a variety of settings.
Buildings such as the Firehall, Canadian (the local newspaper), Garage, R.C.M.P. Machine Building, the Blacksmith Shop, Oldtimers Hut, Mona Sparling Building, The Lugs N' Cleats building, our Sod Hut replica, The Likeness School, St. Dunstan's Church, and the Pioneer Home are proudly on display within the museum grounds and are open to the public.
There is no admission charge, but donations are greatly appreciated. Next time you are in the area, stop in and take a look around... we look forward to seeing you!