One of Canada's great museums and Western Canada's largest, this treasure trove houses artifacts of the West, dating ... More
One of Canada's great museums and Western Canada's largest, this treasure trove houses artifacts of the West, dating back to the first white settlers of the 1800s and the history of the area's First Nations. Visitors can take delight in their exhibits like 'An Incorrigible History of Alberta', 'Native Cultures from the Four Directions' and 'Niitsitapiisinni: Our Way of Life', which delve into the history of the region and the people, exploring their lifestyle and art. Along with permanent displays, the Glenbow Museum presents a variety of temporary exhibitions. Visitors also enjoy an art gallery and archives on site.
I visited the museum for 4 hours one day-all by myself. I loved the Egyptian and Indian exhibits. It was so peaceful and when I entered the Indian teepee I felt as though I could have been engaged in the pow-wow that was in progress.
I have never seen a museum like this before and I encourage every age group to go as there is something there for everyone.
You may need more than one visit to see everything at this large and extensive museum of local history. The
exhibitions change on a regular basis; the Royal Alberta Museum is always packed with humans and natural history, and ...
In south west Alberta, the remains of marked trails and an aboriginal camp, and a tumulus where vast quantities of
buffalo (American Bison) skeletons can still be found, are evidence of a custom practised by aboriginal peoples of the ...
The largest of its kind in Canada, this museum allows you to push buttons, turn dials and pull levers to
experience science and technology first hand. Discover artifact rich exhibits, which detail subjects from marine and land transportation to ...