MUSEUMS


Vermilion Heritage Museum:

Welcome to the Vermilion Heritage Museum. It is here where you can step through the decades of Vermilion's past, and take a peek at the evolution of the town. If you like what you see in here, then travel over to Vermilion to see the real thing.

The museum, located on 50th Ave. and 53rd St. Vermilion, Alberta, is open daily throughout the summer from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you would like to visit during the winter, or schedule an appointment, call (780) 853-6211. The cost of admission to learning this invaluable information is by donation. Please feel free to mail us at: The Vermilion Heritage Museum, 5310-50th Ave, Vermilion, Alberta, T9X 1L1.

Climb Through Time Museum, Paradise Valley:

Dioramas in the grain bins make this former grain elevator and annex a unique museum experience. Tea room, giftshop and train station on site.

Admission by donation. Wheelchair accessible.
Railway Avenue, Paradise Valley. (780) 745-2150. Check out their Facebook Page.

Dewberry Valley Museum:

A great collection of pioneer, fur trade, Riel Rebellion and prehistoric artifacts.

Admission by donation. Centre Street, Dewberry. (780) 847-3053.

http://www.villageofdewberry.ca/museum.html

Morrison Museum of the Country School:

Located in Islay, Alberta which is 3 1/2 miles north of the Yellowhead Highway. The Morrison Museum of the Country School offers visitors an opportunity to step back into the days of the country school house. The museum contains a fairly complete collection of items found in a country school in the 1930's and 1940's.

Contact: Mary Ternoster at (780) 744-2260 or Shirley Ronaghan at (780) 744-2271
Mail Address: Box 4, Islay, Alberta, T0B 2J0