Langham & District Heritage Village & Museum
Located in the former CNR train station, the Langham and District Heritage Village Museum offers household and farm artifacts as well as items that tell the story of the area.
Special features of the museum include the "Peace Pole" outside the building, written in the diverse languages of the English, Norwegians, Doukhobors, Mennonites, Hutterites and Cree that live in the area.
The museum is also home to "Buttercup Betty"- a wooden milking cow used to demonstrate how milking by hand was done by early pioneers.
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3rd Avenue and Railway Street
May – September
Open seasonally May- Sept from Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.