Peace River Pioneer Museum and Archives

The Peace River Pioneer Museum and Archives in Alberta is a local history museum that preserves and celebrates the area's rich cultural heritage.

At the Peace River Pioneer Museum and Archives in Alberta, visitors can take a journey back in time to explore the rich history of the region. The museum showcases the stories of the area’s pioneers, including the area’s Indigenous Peoples, settlers, and their descendants. Through its interactive exhibits, visitors can learn about the area’s past, including its unique stories of immigration, settlement, and development. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the museum also hosts a variety of special events and programs throughout the year. Visitors can take part in guided tours, lectures, workshops, and family activities. The museum also features a gift shop, a library, and a research centre.

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Facilities at Peace River Pioneer Museum and Archives

  • Permanent and rotating exhibits
  • Special events and programs
  • Guided tours and activities
  • Gift shop
  • Educational resources
  • Access to local archives
  • Research library
  • Meeting and event space
  • Historical and cultural artifacts
  • Interactive displays
  • On-site café and lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi access