Dr. Woods House Museum

This Museum was the home of one of the first doctors in the area, Dr. Robert Woods and family.

4801-49th Avenue Leduc, Alberta Canada T9E 7G6
Phone Number:
(780) 986-1517


Step into the past in Dr. Woods House Museum. This charming 1927 Craftsman bungalow, home of pioneer Doctor Robert Woods and his family, has been lovingly restored by the Leduc & District Historical Society to showcase life in the 1920s -1940s in Leduc. 

The house is a fine example of the detail and delight of the Craftsman style of architecture, decorated in original art deco period pieces. Dr. Woods House Museum also has a large Tea Room available for private functions and school tours can be booked anytime of year. Memory boxes are a wonder resource to borrow to bring to your group and share details of life from long ago. Call for the cost

Hours and Admission:

Tuesday- Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Admission by donation.


Last modified on June 25, 2020  by Unlock the Past with Central Alberta Regional Museum Network

Category: Museum