Remington Carriage Museum

A small museum in Alberta, Canada dedicated to the history of horse-drawn carriages, featuring a variety of vintage carriages and artifacts.

At the Remington Carriage Museum in Alberta, visitors can explore a unique collection of horse-drawn vehicles, including carriages, sleighs, and buggies. Many of the carriages on display were manufactured by the Remington Carriage Company, a local firm that operated in Alberta from 1887 to 1967. The museum also features a variety of artifacts related to the history of horse-drawn transportation, including harnesses, saddles, and other equipment.

Visitors to the Remington Carriage Museum can take a self-guided tour of the exhibits and learn about the history of the company and its products. The museum also hosts a variety of special events and educational programs throughout the year, including presentations on the history of the carriage industry, hands-on activities for children, and demonstrations of traditional carriage-making techniques. Additionally, the museum offers carriage rides and sleigh rides during the winter months, providing visitors with a unique opportunity to experience a bit of the past.

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Facilities at Remington Carriage Museum

  • Guided tours of the museum
  • Collection of 19th and 20th century horse-drawn vehicles
  • Self-guided audio tours
  • Interpretive displays of horse-drawn vehicles
  • An extensive library and research room
  • Educational programs and special events
  • Gift shop
  • Meeting and event space
  • On-site restaurant
  • Picnic area