Alix Wagon Wheel Museum

The Village of Alix is located on Highway 12, where the Alix Wagon Wheel Museum on 50th/Main Street, houses and displays links with the past history of Alix and surrounding school districts. Established in 1974, the museum which is easily identified by its mural depicting “Early Alix”, is dedicated to the collection, preservation, research and exhibition of its Heritage Collections.

Featured Exhibits

Other exhibits include: Women of Aspenland, Early School Districts and Churches, Sports, Indigenous Artifacts, Tail Creek Settlement, Dolls and Homemade Toys, Geological Samples and Fossils, Work by Local Artists, Reading and Research.

We also feature seasonal short term exhibits and offer: School Programs, Kids Summer Programs, Historic Walking Tours and Information on Alix Cemetery and other local cemeteries.

Hours and Admission:

Open: May - August
Tuesday - Saturday from (10:00 - 5:00)

Closed: September - April ( Call to book an appointment.)

Admission by Donation
Tourist Information Available
Wheelchair Accessible

Location & Contact Information

Address: 4912 - 50th/Main Street Box 245, Alix, AB T0C 0B0
Donna Peterson: (403) 358-9848 or (403) 747-2584
Elaine Meehan: (403) 788-2218
Facebook: @alixmuseum
Instagram: @alixwagonwheelmuseum
Twitter: @alixmuseum1