Dickson Store Museum

The Dickson Store Museum is a restored 1930s style General Store that offered all the basic necessities such as groceries, hardware, and dry goods.

Address:
Box 146 Spruce View, Alberta Canada T0M 1V0
Directions:
Hamelt of Dickson, 29 km west of Innisfail on Hwy 54, then 3.2 km south of Spruce View
Phone Number:
(403) 728-3355
Fax Number:
(403) 728-3351
Website:
Email:
dicksonstoremuseum@gmail.com
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Recognized Alberta MuseumDickson Store Museum

Relive shopping in the 1930’s at the Dickson Store Museum. The experience begins as soon as you open the door to this quaint little store and the smell of pungent cheddar cheese and fresh ground coffee hit you. The museum is located on the same site in the original building and is restored to the 1930’s era. The store that housed the post office is located on the main floor with the typical living quarters upstairs. It was the hub of the community and offered an array of services including merchandise, credit, mail service, and gathering place.

Check out the unique design of the restored lumber shed that was a part of the barter system in the 1930’s economy. Costumed interpreters will be happy to take you on an informative tour, scoop you ice cream topped with a smile, or assist you in the gift shop that offers hand made items and published books by local artisans and authors.

Displays and artifacts to interest the whole family:
• Interactive activities for children
• Educational Programs for school tours
• Guided or self-guided touring
• Special events throughout the season and off-season
• Picnic area and playground close by
• Gift shop featuring local crafts and books
• Tourist information on local attractions
• Handicapped access
• Memberships available

Hours and Admission:

Mid-May – September
Monday – Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, 12:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Admission by donation 

http://www.dicksonstoremuseum.com

This is an approximate location. Please contact the owner for exact directions.

Last modified on May 31, 2018  by Unlock the Past with Central Alberta Regional Museum Network

Category: Museum