“Putting a Face to our Past”
Our museum’s displays represent the diverse history of Bengough and area. Items depict former school districts, agriculture, local businesses, and pioneer life as well as a collection of Hudson Bay Company and First Nation artifacts. Visit the local “Farmer Coal Mining 1910-1950” park located adjacent to Hwy. #34. The coal mining display on site includes photos, information and a replica of a “slope mine”. Detailed maps of 52 coal mines of the surrounding area are on display in the museum. Each summer we endeavor to create a feature display that is especially enjoyed by our Gateway Festival visitors.
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140 1st Avenue West
July – August
Only open by appointment this summer.
If you’re visiting in Bengough, there is a list of Board Members’ contact information posted at the museum. We’ll do our best to accommodate you.