This release was issued under a previous government.
“Offering free admission to the province’s historic sites and museums during Alberta Culture Days is another way to give people the chance to discover our province’s rich arts, history, diversity and heritage. The arts and cultural sector is a significant economic driver supporting local businesses, creating jobs and helping to make life better for Albertans.”
The following sites and museums are open for Alberta Culture Days activities*:
- Frank Slide Interpretive Centre (Crowsnest Pass)
- Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump (Fort MacLeod)
- Lougheed House Provincial Historic Site (Calgary)
- Oil Sands Discovery Centre (Fort McMurray)
- Provincial Archives of Alberta (Edmonton)
- Reynolds-Alberta Museum (Wetaskiwin)
- Remington Carriage Museum (Cardston)
- Royal Tyrrell Museum (Drumheller)
- Rutherford House (Edmonton)
*Some activities may charge additional fees; please check each site for details
Experience Alberta Culture Days
Culture Days is Alberta’s largest celebration of arts, heritage, diversity and community spirit. Communities across the province are celebrating by holding hundreds of free, interactive events and activities, offering something for everyone. Find activities in your area by using the National Culture Days Calendar.
Alberta Culture Days is part of National Culture Days, which includes more than 800 communities from coast to coast and helps increase Canadians’ awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement in the arts and cultural life of their communities.