Vegreville Regional Museum

Telling Stories of Local History

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Why Go?
Located on the site of the internationally renowned solonetzic soils research station of Agriculture Canada (1956 - 1995), the museum highlights the stories of local history, chronicling how the area’s unique social fabric, including its four largest pioneer groups - English, French, German, Ukrainian, has contributed to the harmony of community life since the 1890s.

While visiting, you'll discover the life of former Deputy Prime Minister Don Mazankowski in their featured exhibit. School programs and group tours are also offered, as well as fun events happening all summer! If you're looking for a place to host your event, contact the museum directly for more information.

Enjoy a day of fun and learning for all ages!

What"s Unique?
The Vegreville Museum is also home to the Vegreville Sports Hall of Fame that recognizes individual and team athletic achievement in the region!

Hours of Operation:
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 11am-7pm
Wednesday: 11am-7pm
Thurdsay: 11am-7pm
Friday: 11am-7pm
Saturday: 1-5pm
Sunday: 1-5pm

Name:  Vegreville Regional Museum
Address:  Highway 16A, east of Vegreville, Alberta
Phone: 780-632-7650
Website: 
www.vegrevillemuseum.ca
Facebook: facebook.com/vegrevilleregionalmuseum

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