Breton and District Historical Society

The Breton & District Historical Museum is the only museum in the province that has a major focus on the Black settlement history of Alberta.

BOX 696 BRETON, Alberta Canada T0C 0P0
Phone Number:
(780) 696-2551

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As you enter through the doors of the Breton Museum, you will travel back through history to Keystone, one of the four Black communities in Alberta settled in 1909.

Learn how the coming of the railway in 1926 transformed it into ‘Breton’, a major lumbering centre at “the end of the line”.

Honouring Black History during February. Call for information.

Hours and Admission:

July & August

Daily: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Other times by appointment.

Admission: by donation.


Last modified on June 24, 2020  by Unlock the Past with Central Alberta Regional Museum Network

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