Musée Héritage Museum

5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert   T8N 6Z1


The Arts & Heritage Foundation of St. Albert, together with the community, champions the city's cultural legacy and celebrates historic diversity and artistic achievement. 


The Musée Héritage Museum was established in 1983 to promote an awareness and understanding of humanity’s human and natural heritage, from prehistory to the present day, with an emphasis on the heritage of St. Albert and district.  St. Albert was established as a missionary settlement in 1861 and is Alberta’s oldest non-fortified community. The museum’s collections, archives, exhibits and public programs reflect the missionary, Métis and Francophone heritage of the community.  The archives, collections, reference library, and information files are available for public research.  The museum is located within the Douglas Cardinal designed St. Albert Place, located on the banks of the Sturgeon River.


Antje Espinaco - 21 Sep 2015

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Era: City Modern
Themes: Education
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Area: Edmonton Region

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