Stephansson House Provincial Historic SiteStephansson and his family immigrated from Iceland to Alberta in 1889. There, within the view of the Rockies, he homesteaded - farming by day and writing by night. His prolific literary output gained him renown as one of the greatest poets in the western world.
Restored to its 1927 appearance, Stephansson House offers a glimpse of Alberta's Icelandic heritage and the life of this pioneer-poet.
Guided tours of his historic house, including historic demonstrations and activities give you a taste of how this Icelandic pioneer family lived in the 1920's central Alberta.
Hours and Admission:Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site will remain closed to the public until further notice.
This closure includes the cancellation of any programs or bookings.
The Alberta government recently announced that museums may reopen as early as May 14, 2020.
Upon review of Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site, we have determined that given the nature of our museum and its close quarters, we will be unable to safely implement measures and procedures that adhere to public health guidelines. As such, we will remain closed until further notice.
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Embark on a historic adventure and be our guest at the historic home of Icelandic pioneer poet Stephan G. Stephansson, Poet of the Rocky Mountains.
Address: 2230 Twp Rd 371, Red Deer County, Alberta, Canada T4G 0M9
Directions: On Twp Road 371, west of Range Road 22
Phone Number: (403) 728-3929 May to Sept, summer season
Phone Number: (780) 427-0357 Sept to May, offseason