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Set in picturesque Muskoseepi Park, the Grande Prairie Museum, opened in 1971 with a focus on preserving the pioneer history of the area. The Museum’s galleries highlight the first homesteaders and those who contributed to the development of the...more
Hours Today: 8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
102 Avenue & 102 Street | Muskoseepi Park, Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 2E7, Canada
Amazing museum tucked away in Muskoseepi Park! Incredible mix of First Nations heritage, Polish Setlers, Militarily history and artifacts, and life in the “olden days”. Loved both the indoor and outdoor portions. Kids loved the scavenger hunt (3 different difficulty levels). The staff were so...More
What an amazing place. Walked in and greeted by a friendly young lady stating our entry is free! So onward we went. Great displays, building, items and lots of stuff to see. Lots of mocked up period buildings. I would go again
This is a lovely museum which displays many of the early settler's tools, and early settler's buildings. If anyone would like to see any indigenous displays, they showcase a few arrowheads. Look for any upcoming events, such as the halloween wagon ride...through the haunted village....More
Very well laid out and there is lots of interesting and information of Grande Prairie area. The museum is located about two blocks from downtown Grande Prairie. There are. Other things to check out there as well.
We had a intimate wedding of 30 in the church on site and it was lovely so quaint and perfect size - It is a great venue for a small group and our friends and family all thought it was a great location - this...More
Great collection of artifacts from the past. Including old buildings and machinery. Grande Prairie was the last place in Alberta to be homesteaded. Love the old wood stoves. Imagine living in wood cabins in the cold winters here.More
Robin W, Public Relations Manager at Grande Prairie Museum, responded to this reviewResponded August 11, 2017
Good Morning and thank you for coming to our Museum.
The Heritage Village really gives a new perspective on what life may have been like in Grande Prairie in earlier times.
If you haven't made it over to the Rev. Forbes Homestead, be sure to...More
This museum is a must- see if you are in the area. We were passing through en route to Alaska and spent a few days at the Rotary Campground in town. This museum was right around the corner. Impeccably landscaped. Superb collection of local artifacts...More
Robin W, Public Relations Manager at Grande Prairie Museum, responded to this reviewResponded July 14, 2017
Thank you for your kind review. We are glad you were able to spend some quality time in our museum and region before heading up to Alaska.
Have a great summer and come back again soon.
Marketing and Development Coordinator,
City of Grande...More
Toured again yesterday. New exhibits and different features to enjoy! Excellent value too...free! Grand boys learn something new each time about our history and olde world values shaped by the items we used daily. Highly recommend!