The Avonlea Heritage Museum displays local artifacts of pioneers who homesteaded the area in the early 1900’s. It also depicts a history of the area, it’s occupations and archaeological findings.
The Avonlea Heritage Museum is situated prominently at the end of Main Street, Avonlea, Saskatchewan in the former CNR Station which was built in 1912. The building was purchased from the Canadian National Railway in 1981 and has been declared a “Heritage Site.”
End of Main Street in Avonlea – 219 Railway Avenue
June – September
Open seaonally from June-September. Visit website for operating hours. Appointments to view the museum in the off-season can be made by phoning ahead.