Historic sites and places

Learn about and visit Alberta’s provincial historic sites and museums.

Services and information

Information on how to propose new names or changing existing names.

A listing of all historic places designated under the province's Historical Resources Act.

This historic landmark offers visitors year-round recreational opportunities and hosts government and Legislature staff and MLAs.

Take your students somewhere they haven't been for a while — Alberta's past.

Receive one year, unlimited admission to Alberta’s provincial historic sites and museums.

Today a significant historic site, Government House opened in 1913 as the official residence of Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor.

The Royal Alberta and Royal Tyrrell museums are open, while other provincial museums and historic sites remain temporarily closed.

Today a provincial government office and meeting space, this designated historic resource first opened its doors to students in 1907.