Grande Prairie Museum

The Grande Prairie Museum in Alberta is a local history museum that explores the cultural heritage of the Peace Country. It features interactive exhibits, a gift shop, and educational programs.

At the Grande Prairie Museum, Alberta, visitors can explore the rich history of the region. The museum offers a wide range of interactive exhibits, guided tours, and educational activities for all ages.

The museum features exhibits that cover the area's past from its earliest settlers to its modern-day community. Visitors can explore the history of the First Nations people, the pioneers and settlers, the development of the oil and gas industry, the role of the railways, and the impact of the agricultural industry. The museum also tells the stories of the many individuals who have shaped the area's history.

Visitors can also take part in educational activities and workshops. These include art and craft classes, music and dance lessons, and educational field trips. The museum also hosts special events throughout the year, such as lectures, film screenings, and guided bus tours.

The museum also offers a range of interactive exhibits, such as a fossil dig, a virtual reality presentation, and a 3D theater. There is also a gift shop where visitors can purchase souvenirs and books related to the museum's exhibits.

In addition to these activities, the museum also offers educational programs for school groups and organized tours for visitors. The museum is open daily, with extended hours during the summer months.

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Facilities at Grande Prairie Museum

  • Permanent and changing exhibits
  • Gift shop
  • Educational programs
  • Discovery room
  • Art gallery
  • Multimedia displays
  • Family and youth programs
  • Family history research
  • Guided tours
  • Outdoor recreation area