All Places in ‘Tour – North Central Heritage Trail’

  • Alberta Railway Museum

    Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the Alberta Railway Museum (ARM) is a rustic outdoor display of railway equipment and buildings. The museum replicates a small terminal with station, water tank and shops.  The main emphasis is on cars and locomotives from the Canadian National Railways (CNR), Northern Alberta Railways (NAR) Read more [...]

  • Namao Museum

    Take a step back in time. Come and see items such as clothes, toys,furniture and tools from the early to mid 1900’s. Reminisce over old school desks or wringer washer and butter churns, just like Mom and Grandma used to use. Marvel at archival photos or reproductions such as the Read more [...]

  • The Gibbons Museum

    The Gibbons Museum is operated by the Sturgeon River Historical Society, whose members dedicate hundreds of volunteer hours each year in maintaining the grounds and preserving the local pioneer history.  The Gibbons History Committee compiled a fantastic collection of stories from resident pioneer families, depicting Gibbons history in the book Read more [...]

  • Redwater Museum

    The Hidden Gem of Redwater As you walk through the doors you’ll be transported back in time to the homesteading era of the Redwater area and a history of the one room schools that dotted the landscape.  The pictures and artifacts take you on a journey from wilderness to an Read more [...]

  • Thorchild Museum

    The Thorhild museum is operated by the Thorhild & District Historical Society. It is open to the public at any time the building is open—just ask someone to open the door for you. There are many artifacts in the museum.

  • Canadian Tractor Museum

    The Westlock & District Tractor Museum Foundation was formed in 1999 with the vision of developing a world-class museum in Westlock, Alberta dedicated to vintage tractors. There are 100+ fully-restored antique tractors owned by the museum, members of the Vintage Tractor Club and others. The museum opened for the first Read more [...]

  • Centralta Tourism Society

    Francophone history in the heart of Alberta. Tou au long de l’autoroute 2 en nord a’Edmonton,, vous trouverez plusieurs villes et villages très francophones. Cette région maintenant surnommée Centralta, inclut les villes de St-Alberta, Morinville et Legal.

  • Westlock Pioneer Museum

    The Westlock Pioneer Museum contains thousands of objects, many of them donated by the descendants of early settlers in the Westlock area, including such smaller surrounding communities as Clyde, Dapp, Linaria, Busby, Pickardville, Pibroch, Jarvie and Flatbush. The museum is run by the Westlock and District Historical Society, which was Read more [...]

  • Musee Morinville

    Visit the Musée Morinville Museum to experience the heritage, culture and arts of the community! Learn about the founding families, pioneer life and get a dose of local history by browsing the rotating bilingual exhibits. Experience the expression of local artists in the Art Gallery. Explore the History of Morinville Read more [...]

  • Musée Héritage Museum

    Discover one of Alberta’s oldest communities by exploring our exhibits, archives, collections and historic buildings. Visit the St Albert History Gallery, an exhibit that explores why people were attracted to this amazing place and how they built a thriving community. Our feature gallery changes frequently, giving visitors the opportunity to Read more [...]