St. Albert Grain Elevator Park – Musée Héritage Museum
St. Albert's Grain Elevator Park & Train Station is a historical heritage site where visitors can take a guided tour with interpreters of two of Alberta’s provincially designated grain elevators, the 1906 Brackman Ker Elevator and 1929 Alberta Wheat Pool Elevator. Complete the experience with a visit to the 1920′s replica Train Station where you can see how the station agents lived. Fully resorted in 2011, the Grain Elevators offer a unique glimpse of Canada's grain trade.
Father Lacombe Chapel – Musée Héritage Museum
St. Albert's Mission Hill is home to the Father Lacombe Chapel, Alberta’s oldest surviving building, built in 1861. Father Albert Lacombe and the Métis constructed a log building to serve the new St. Albert Roman Catholic Mission, which became the centre of the thriving French speaking Metis settlement of St. Albert. Today the chapel has been restored to look much as it did in the early 1860s.
Little White School – Musée Héritage Museum
St. Albert's "Little White School" is a two-room schoolhouse that was opened back in 1948. Closed in 1987, the school is now a treasured historical site.
About Us – Musée Héritage Museum
The Musée Héritage Museum is located at St. Albert's city hall building "St. Albert Place." The museum explores the story of St. Albert through a variety of exhibits and programs, preserving the community’s history to enjoy now and for the future. The museum also manage St. Albert's many interesting historical sites.
International Children’s Festival of the Arts / City of St. Albert
For nearly 40 years, the Festival has exposed countless youngsters to the arts in an entertaining and educational way. But more than that, it has introduced them to a bigger, more exciting world, and jump-started their curiosity, creativity and confidence. After all, someone will become the future
Located in St. Albert's Downtown Perron District, the AGSA currently resides in the historic Banque d’Hochelaga building. The Art Gallery of St Albert features contemporary and community exhibitions, brought to life with public programs and events. Education programs offer visual arts opportunities for thousands of children, youth and adults throughout the year.
Arden Theatre / City of St. Albert
Escape the Ordinary entertainment and see for yourself why this intimate theatre, nestled in the heart of downtown St. Albert, has earned a reputation as one of the best venues in Canada for over 35 years.
St. Albert Historic Walking Tours are a great way to get to know the streets of St. Albert and learn about the city's fascinating history. Hosted by Arts & Heritage St. Albert, the tours are FREE and are available twice per month July/August and once in the month of September. Tours take 60 to 90 minutes, but could run longer depending on the participants. Meet at the Little White School, 2 Madonna Drive. Call 780-459-4404 or visit www.museeheritage.com