The Kindersley Museum celebrates the city’s lively beginning in 1909 and contains many artifacts and displays, including a general store, hospital, and barbershop. The museum also contains information on area
Museum features articles of historical interest and photographic displays of Kipling and district. Restored school house, church, service station, 1903 pioneer home, dentist office, blacksmith shop, original dance hall and
Museum features items pertaining to local history in the areas of homesteading, military, general store, blacksmith shop, school days. Library of books, catalogues, newspaper clippings, and picture albums. Mural by
The Lancer Centennial Museum features information on the history of the town of Lancer and the surrounding area. Exhibits include information on military history, natural history and arcaeology. The museum
Lashburn Centennial Museum consists of four buildings. The Snyder and Armstrong General Store houses the following displays: the 1906 store, a furnished apartment, hospital and pharmacy displays, a sewing room,
Museum features religious and antique articles, household items, and Metis articles including Louis Riel’s sugar bowl. Art Gallery on site featuring First Nations and local art. Free coffee. Take advantage
The LeRoy and District Heritage Museum features artifacts from the area. Displays include a school room, general store, church, medical display, kitchen, pioneer home, veterans’ uniforms, farm machinery, wildlife display.
The Lloydminster Museum + Archives is committed to engaging the diverse community of Lloydminster and area, by providing interpretive educational programs and exhibits pertaining to our local history and unique culture