The Fort Heritage Precinct is best experienced through a tour with one of our guides who can show you all of the fantastic artifacts and tell you all of the amazing and awe-inspiring stories of life in Read more [...]
Specializing in country antiques and collectibles. Unique home decor and furnishings. Visit our 1910 historic one room Amelia schoolhouse to explore our always changing, fascinating array of items from days gone by.
Open weekends only 10-5 or by special appointment. Interior designers welcome (we could furnish a whole Canmore mountain property from antique plumbing fixtures to 1919 St. Moritz wooden skis with leather bindings for above the fireplace.)
Location: 57017 R.R.211.
We are a mere 54km from Fort Road/137th ave in Edmonton. From there take the Manning Freeway(hwy. 15) north for 17.7km. Left at the lights, go 1 km turn right on 825 for 14.5km (watch for the bend to the north at 4.2km.). At intersection with secondary 643 running between Gibbons and Redwater turn right and go 14.5km. Turn right (east)on highway 38 and travel 6.4 km.Turn left onto the historic Victoria Trail N off Highway 38. Go .4 km and turn left on R.R.211 for .5km. Voila!
Phone Rob or Sophie at (780)998-1470 for any extra information or details of new stock……give me your shopping list and we will scour the auctions and our secret places for your needs.
Plan a visit to us whilst on a drive to discover the 56km long, oldest road in Alberta, the historic Victoria Trail, upon which traveled aboriginal tribes, European explorers/pioneers and fur traders. Explore Victoria Landing at the end.
On your return, enjoy the fabulous bakery at Smoky Lake, stopping to pick up fresh veggies out on the highway before heading back to the city.