Step back in time with a visit to the Camrose and District Centennial Museum that houses a number of invaluable artefacts in the main building as well as the twelve outside buildings. The authentic “village” of the museum contains thirteen replica and storage buildings, photographs and negatives, around eighty-five thousand community artefacts and so on. There are a number of permanent exhibits such as the 1898 Pioneer Log House and a replica hut of the first home of the Camrose area, 1908 St Dunstan’s Church, replica of Camrose Canadian newspaper office, a steam engine, working model of an early threshing machine, a country school and the 1907 Camrose Fire hall. With a great collection of vintage and antique products, the place is a hot spot for community events.
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How to Reach Camrose And District Centennial Museum
- Rented car / Taxi