Reynolds-Alberta MuseumCOVID-19 Hours
Monday & Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Safety Precautions and Restrictions:
- Tickets are timed-entry only. Pre-booking will help guarantee your spot and avoid disappointment on arrival.
- If you have a pass or a coupon that you would like to use, please book your admission by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 780-312-2065.
- Signage, spacing 'dots', and one-way-only route markers are in place to encourage physical distancing.
- Plexiglas shields have been installed at customer service areas.
- Hands-on or interactive displays are being regularly cleaned, or else they have been closed, covered, or removed.
- Please bring and wear your own face mask (Note that we will not be providing masks to visitors).
- Practice good hygiene. This includes washing your hands regularly (for at least 20 seconds) during your visit, avoiding touching your face, and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.
- Keep your family unit together, and keep children within reach at all times.
- Please bring your own strollers and wheelchairs as these are not available at this time.
- Food services, water fountains, the main theatre, and the drive-in theatre are currently closed. Please plan your visit accordingly. You are welcome to bring your own food to enjoy at our outside picnic tables or on our lawns.
~~~Rated as one of Alberta's "must-see" attractions, this museum celebrates the "Spirit of the Machine" through an enormous and outstanding collection of rare and unusual cars, airplanes, tractors, and industrial "giants". Visitors will see a wide variety of vintage automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, trucks, stationary engines, tractors, agricultural implements, aircraft, and industrial equipment.
The museum is also home to Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame, which pays tribute to more than 200 men and women who pioneered and advanced aviation in Canada.
The museum is named after Mr. Stan Reynolds, a Wetaskiwin businessman, and world-renowned collector, who donated a core collection of 1,500 artifacts to the province of Alberta between 1982 and 1986. Stan Reynolds passed away in 2012.
We interpret the impact of technological change in transportation, aviation, agriculture, and industry from the 1890s to the present.
Address: 6426 40 Ave, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada T9A 2G1
Directions: 2 km west of Wetaskiwin on Hwy. 13.
Phone Number: (780) 312-2065