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Visit our Museum Gallery!

The Grande Prairie Museum's main Gallery is home to our temporary and semi-permanent exhibits and displays that been created from our Community donations! 

2016 Gallery Enhancements

We're going to be busy working on some exciting Gallery enhancements for you in 2016!

geological displayWe'll be posting our updates here and all over our social media pages so you can get in on all of the action! Make sure you check us out regularly.

Newest additions

You're welcome to come and view the newest addition to our Stones and Bones Room - a geological display showcasing some of our community donations of rocks and minerals from all over the world! 

 

 


Mel Rodacker/ Isabell Campbell Gallery

Freemasonry

Our newest feature exhibit, "Freemasonry: A History Hidden in Plain Sight" is now OPEN at the Grande Prairie Museum.
The exhibit celebrates and promotes the knowledge, appreciation and understanding of Masonic history and the influence Freemasonry has on our society today. The story is told through a travelling display from the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre containing storyboards and artifacts, regalia, and portraits of famous masons from around the world.
Our Freemasonry exhibit is further enriched with contributions from the Grande Prairie Masonic Lodge and Lake Saskatoon Masonic lodge, arriving just in time to mark the centennial of the first Masonic ceremonies held in the Grande Prairie area. This is also a precursor to the centennial celebrations for both lodges in the next year. 

 



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"Chasing a Dream" is a permanent exhibit showcasing artifacts and interpretive displays of the pioneer and early years of our community

 

 

 

 

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"Bones & Stones" is our exhibit featuring a replica archaeological dig site of the Edmontosaurus and aboriginal artifacts.

 

 

 

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The gallery also features Mural based exhibits by Alberta mural artist Tim Hiemdal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 6/29/2017 1:57:56 PM