Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum

Situated in the Town of Stony Plain, the Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum is a dynamic and growing year-round facility for the whole family. With 23 buildings and over 10,000 artifacts, all on 14 acres, there is something to see for everyone. Experience our depression-era street scene, Legacy Street, featuring twelve exhibits with interactive touch screen kiosks, immersing you in the sights and sounds of 1930s Alberta. Stroll through our early 20th Century outdoor village, featuring heritage houses, a church, a school, and two barns. The Pioneer Museum hosts many school field trips each year and also helps host a number of events, such as The Blueberry Bluegrass Festival, Canada Day, and Farmers' Days. Each year a crop is planted, worked, and harvested using old machinery, both mechanical and horse-drawn in order to keep the old farming practices alive for the children of today.

Hours of Operation

Hours are seasonal and change with Covid-19 restrictions. Check our website for up-to-date hours.

Admission by donation.

Address: 5120 41 Ave, Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada T7Z 1L5
Directions: Go through the Heritage Building parking lot and head south on the access road to the Museum parking lot.
Business Phone: (780) 963-1234