Nose Creek Valley Museum

The collection at the museum covers multiple aspects of Airdrie's heritage. There are natural history and geological displays, a fossil display, and a First Nations history collection. There is also local history information, including farmhouse, merchant, and blacksmith interiors. The museum’s collection also includes farm equipment and antique automobiles, local military artifacts, and a caboose and rails with a rail car. There is also a WWII Nose art aircraft and a 4-H display.

The museum activities include ongoing research, collection of artifacts and archival materials, the restoration of farm equipment and antique automobiles, ongoing Artist Guild displays, sales of handcrafted garden furniture and local history books, and periodic art shows and displays. The Nose Creek Valley Museum also offers tours. Contact the museum for more information.  Come to the Annual Teddy Bear and Friends Festival, November to January.

Hours and Admission:

June - August
Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday, 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
September - May
Daily, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


$2.00 - Adults
Free - Under 12

The Museum covers many aspects of Airdrie's heritage - natural history, geology and fossils, First Nations history, local history, and transportation.

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