Nose Creek Valley Museum

Nose Creek Valley Museum, located in Airdrie, AB is the local museum, preserving and ensuring the accurate recording of the heritage of the Nose Creek Valley. Featuring a walk through time, explore the geology and topography of the Valley, moving on to the wildlife of the past and present.

Discover the Indigenous culture of the area with a large exhibit of lithics and an exploration of the culture of the local Indigenous. Entering the pioneer area, you can wander through a replica blacksmith shop, settler's house, general store, and one
-room schoolhouse. While you are visiting don't miss the Annex, with antique cars and farm equipment, or the Military Hall, with an expansive exhibit of Nose Art and military uniforms. Our center gallery exhibits change twice a year and we have featured exhibits such as 'Then and Now', ' Busted - the story of Policing in the Valley' and 'Can You Dig It?' - an exploration of archaeology. We offer guided tours for schools, senior groups, or any other group. Our Museum Immersion program is popular with schools.

We offer several outreach programs like the Travelling Trunk, Have Rocks Will Travel
, Picture the Past, and In Remembrance education kits. We also offer guided tours in French, if requested. We host several events in our community, all these events encourage the public to take part in the preservation and accurate recording of our heritage. We also offer researching services. Our Junior Curator's Program offers youth an opportunity to learn about the operation of a museum, with emphasis on exhibitions and artifact research. We also operate the Airdrie Visitor Information Centre.

Hours and Admission:

Open Year-Round
Monday - Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thursday, 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Admission by donation.

Address: 1701 Main St SW, Airdrie, Alberta, Canada T4B 1C5
Directions: South end of Nose Creek Park.
Phone Number: (403) 948-6685