Built by Clarence Marshall in 1947 for his growing collection of antique automobiles, the building that now houses the Marshall Steam Museum provides more than 8,000 square feet of display space. Here, the Friends of Auburn Heights displays its remarkable operating...
The Reynolds-Alberta Museum has an internationally acclaimed restoration and conservation shop and an award-winning Resource Center and is one of only three fly-in museums in Canada. The Reynolds-Alberta Museum has also received four Premier’s Awards of Excellence for past exhibitions.
For more than 25 years, the Reynolds-Alberta Museum has celebrated the machines in the transportation, aviation, industrial, and agriculture industries that built Alberta into the province it is today.
The museum interprets the impact of technological change in those industries from the 1890s to the present. The Reynolds-Alberta Museum is part of a network of provincially owned and operated historic sites, interpretive centers and museums and is supported by the Friends of the Reynolds-Alberta Museum Society.
Reynolds-Alberta Museum Admission:
$13, $9 7-17yr under 7 free
Reynolds-Alberta Museum Hours:
Tuesday -Sunday 10am – 5pm, seasonally
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