Rosebud & District Centennial Museum
Highlighting the pioneer and ranching history of Rosebud, Redland and Beynon area. Celebrities such as Wild Horse Jack Morton, Dick Cosgrave & more.
We are open Saturdays from 12-4 pm. Admission by donation Come discover prairie artefacts and history. In the 1920's and 30's our original building was Mah Joe's Laundry. When he disappeared, it became a farm implement and bulk oil dealership and then a coffee shop for several years. The building sat empty and neglected until the Rosebud Lions Club decided to fix it up for Albert's Centennial. The official opening was held in 1967 with Lieutenant Governor Grant MacEwan in attendance.
In 1979 the operation of the Museum was taken over by the Rosebud Historical Society and much of its original success can be attributed to Nadine Hymas, Shirley and Rial Barr who spent many hours refurbishing and cataloging the artifacts. We also acknowledge that steadfast work of George Comstock to keeping the museum going through thick and thin.
Hours and Admission:
Open 2 hrs before every main stage Rosebud Theatre Show and extended hours during the summer. Call for more information and special viewings.
Admission by donation.