Historic Markerville

Costumed interpreters offer guided tours during the spring and summer seasons. Visitors also enjoy the "Kaffistofa" coffee shop featuring Icelandic food and great tasting ice cream. Relax at a picnic table on the Creamery grounds after you have a guided tour of the Museum and learn how butter was made in the 1930s. Visit the gift shop or have your picture taken while you ride or milk one of our interactive ‘cows’ on display, or play a game with our bean-bag-bull.

Historic Markerville is a destination where good old-fashioned fun and country hospitality are offered to visitors of all ages. As you feel your stress melt away, take a walk through the community to see the beautiful gardens and the Historic Church and Hall, which are open for rentals year-round.


SUMMER SEASON (mid-May to Labour Day)
Open Daily, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Built in 1902 and restored to its 1932 appearance, this Recognized Museum remains the "Hub" of this tiny community.

Address: 114 Creamery Way, Markerville, Alberta, Canada T0M 1M0
Directions: 30 minutes SW of Red Deer
Phone Number: (403) 728-3006
Phone Number: (877) 728-3007