The Hay River Heritage Museum is a small museum in Alberta, Canada, showcasing the history of the Hay River area from its indigenous roots to modern times.
At the Hay River Heritage Museum, visitors can explore the history of the Hay River region. The museum has a variety of interactive exhibits and displays, including a permanent exhibit featuring artifacts from the area’s fur trade, a pioneer kitchen, and a First Nations heritage corner. Tour the museum to learn more about the area’s culture, history, and natural environment.
Visitors can also take part in educational programming, such as lectures and workshops, as well as guided tours. The museum also offers special events and activities, such as a summer arts and crafts program and a winter snowshoeing program.
The museum also has a gift shop with a selection of souvenirs and books. The museum also hosts a variety of special events such as lectures, workshops, and tours.