Wood Mountain Rodeo/Ranch Museum
The Wood Mountain Rodeo Ranch Museum offers you a western welcome! Displays in the museum feature the life of the cowboys and ranchers who first came to the area in the 1880's.
Western artifacts, rodeo artifacts, an adobe, a turf club building, and a pioneer kitchen are reminders of early ranch and rodeo life. [Bison] Take part in some real Old West experiences. You can help make a rope, cook bannock (which you get to eat), and make lye soap. Special displays trace the history of the Wood Mountain Stampede, Canada's oldest continuous rodeo. [Horses]
The museum also has extensive local archives and photographic collections & hosts information for the Grasslands National Park East Block.
Located in Wood Mountain Regional Park, 8 kilometres south of Wood Mountain.
May – September
May - September 9:30am-12pm & 1pm-5:30pm.
Admission: Adults & Seniors $5.00 / Children $1.00