Stettler Town and Country Museum
Museum has 9 early 20th century buildings, including a church, courthouse, school, post office/store and CN train station plus 17 other buildings.
Explore ‘Alberta’s Fifth Largest Pioneer Village’ situated on ten acres in Southwest part of Stettler. Journey through the twenty six buildings and discover many items used throughout the years by our pioneers who survived in rural and urban settings. Discover that one of Stettler’s main industries in 1910 was a Cigar Factory.
The collection at the museum includes nine early 20th century buildings, including a church, courthouse, school, post office/store and CN train station. There are pioneer artefacts, furnishings, and exhibits. The museum celebrates several special events throughout the year, including Family Day in July and Seniors Day in August.
Hours and Admission
June 1 – 14
Daily, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
June 15 - September
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Other times by appointment.
Due to COVID 19 and construction, a limitation may be in effect.
Our Museum practices a safe procedure.
Admission is by cash donation only. Please follow procedures for all of our safety!