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Set in picturesque Muskoseepi Park, the Grande Prairie Museum, opened in 1971 with a focus on preserving the pioneer history of the area.

The Museum offers a high level of accessibility and is suitable for all ages. Our galleries feature both temporary and permanent exhibits including the first homesteaders, and traders who contributed to the development of the Peace Region. Visitors find a replica paleontological dig site featuring locally found bones of an Edmontosaurus, prehistoric stone artifacts used by the first Aboriginal people to settle this area, transportation artifacts including a replica train station, military displays and more.

The Grande Prairie Museum also includes our seasonal Heritage Village.

The Grande Prairie Museum is open 7 days a week, year-round and admission is always FREE!

Hours of Operation

Regular Hours:
September through June

Monday to Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday:
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Please be advised of the following changes to facility hours due to Departmental Training:

Tuesday, November 28 - Regular Hours

Open 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Summer Hours:

Monday to Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday:
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Holiday Hours


Sunday, December 24 - CLOSED

Monday, December 25 - CLOSED

Tuesday, December 26 - CLOSED

New Year

Monday, January 1 - CLOSED

We are open on some statutory holidays throughout the year. Hours of operation on holidays may vary. Please contact us to find out the hours of operation for specific holidays and follow us on Facebook for upcoming events and programs.


10329 101 Ave.
Muskoseepi Park
Entrance and parking at 102 Ave. & 102 St. Just a short walk over the footbridge from FREE public parking near mini-golf course.

Public and Educational Programming

Check out our programming section for information about our public and educational programs.

Visit the event calendar for more activities and events.

Freemasonry: A History Hidden in Plain Sight funded by canada

Our most recent travelling exhibit, Freemasonry: A History Hidden in Plain Sight has come to a close. We would like to thank the Museum Assistance Program (MAP) for providing the financial assistance required to bring this great feature to Grande Prairie. 

We would also like to thank the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre for the travelling portion of this exhibit. 

The Grande Prairie Museum is grateful to the Grande Prairie and Lake Saskatoon Masonic Lodges for contributing local items that enhanced the exhibit. Thank you to the many members who joined us to prepare and take down the exhibit, attended our meet and greet events, and spoke at the lunch and learn. 

Your Feedback is Important to Us:

Please take a few minutes to complete the Freemasonry: A History Hidden in Plain Sight feedback survey.  

Our new exhibit on Indigenous Arts and Crafts opens on Saturday, Dec. 9 in conjunction with our Community Christmas event. Click here to learn more about the Community Christmas. 

Contact us!

Phone: 780-830-7090

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The Grande Prairie Museum is home to the 

South Peace Regional Archives




    Last updated: 11/30/2017 3:55:47 PM