Designated as a Provincial Historic Resource Site, the Reverend Forbes Homestead and Pioneer Hospital is Grande Prairie's oldest log home and the first hospital. Built for Reverend and Mrs. Forbes in 1911-12, its construction marked the beginnings of our City.
The house and hospital were fully restored to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the Forbes’ and was opened to the public on May 28, 2010.
The Reverend Forbes Homestead is operated by the Grande Prairie Museum and is open during the summer months when guided tours, special events and programs are featured.
The Reverend Forbes Homestead is operated by the Grande Prairie Museum and is located behind the QEII Hospital (10424 96 Street). Visitors can view household antiques and primitive medical equipment on display.
The Reverend Forbes Homestead is now closed for the season
Afternoon Teas at Forbes
Stay tuned for The Forbes Homestead afternoon teas to return in Summer 2022
Guided tours and admission are always FREE.
For any questions about the services offered during the summer months, contact the Grande Prairie Museum (780-830-7090) or Charles Taws (780-830-7084).