Reynolds-Alberta Museum

The Reynolds-Alberta Museum is an interactive museum in Alberta, Canada, showcasing the history of transportation, aviation, and agriculture.

The Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Alberta offers visitors an opportunity to explore the history of transportation in Canada. The museum features a variety of interactive exhibits, including a working vintage gas station, a vintage airplane hangar, and a large collection of antique vehicles. Visitors can explore the history of the automobile, truck, and aircraft industries in Canada, as well as the history of agriculture, energy, and industrialism. The museum also features a variety of workshops and educational programs, such as the opportunity to learn how to drive a classic car or build a model airplane. Additionally, the museum hosts a variety of special events throughout the year, including a classic car show and a vintage aircraft fly-in.

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Facilities at Reynolds-Alberta Museum

  • Permanent and rotating exhibits of vintage and historic vehicles, aircraft, industrial equipment, and agricultural artifacts
  • Interactive driving simulator
  • Automotive and aircraft restoration workshops
  • Machine shop demonstrations
  • Educational programs and tours
  • Library and archives housing over 10,000 photographs, films, and books
  • Special events and festivals
  • Gift shop
  • Food services
  • Picnic areas
  • Guided bus tours
  • Motorcycle and scooter rides