Stettler P & H Elevator Preservation Society

The Stettler P&H Elevator Museum is a beautifully restored grain elevator-feed mill complex that was originally built in 1920. It is located in Stettler behind Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions. The museum includes a 17-bin elevator, a 14-bin annex, and an attached feed mill and feed shed. There is also a coal shed on its original site along the railway tracks. In addition to showcasing the operations of the elevator, feed mill, and coal shed, the P&H Elevator Preservation society is dedicated to restoring and demonstrating antique prairie agriculture machinery such as wagons, grain binders, and threshing machines.

The P&H Elevator Museum is currently constructing an addition behind the feed shed. The addition will house more exhibits, while also providing our facility with a kitchen and accessible bathrooms. The basement of the addition is home to the Stettler History Book committee.

Hours and Admission

May - September
The elevator is open most Fridays, Saturdays, and any days that Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions have a scheduled train excursion.
The elevator is also open by appointment. To schedule an appointment, please call 403-740-4799

Tours and admission by donation. 

Address: 4702 - 46 Street, Stettler, Alberta, Canada T0C 2L0
Phone Number: 403-740-4799
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