5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert Place
St. Albert, Alberta
CA T8N 3Z9
Musée Héritage Museum
The Musée Héritage Museum is St. Albert's first civic museum and it opened on May 31, 1984. The museum was given or loaned some of the collections under the management of the St. Albert Historical Society which were transferred from the Father Lacombe Museum. The first curator was Michael Tymchuk. The original focus of the museum was to document artifacts, conserve, research, exhibit and interpret. The museum continues this focus but has added an archives and several heritage sites under its management.
St. Albert and area.
The Musée Héritage Museum is the keeper of the history, traditions and heritage of St. Albert and district. Together with the community we build knowledge, explore our relationship with the natural environment, and celebrate historic diversity.
Total Volume: approximately 100 metres
Inclusive Dates: 1861 - present
Holdings consist of personal papers, oral histories, municipal records for the City of St. Albert, business and community organization records. The material includes thousands of photographs, negatives and slides as well as ledgers, manuscripts, letters, maps, cassette tapes, videocassettes and digital files.
A Guide to the Musée Héritage Museum / by James Tirrul-Jones
A History of the Street Names of St. Albert / Musée Héritage Museum
The Sun Traveller : The Story of the Callihoos in Alberta / by Elizabeth Macpherson
The St. Albert community can count on us to do our part to ensure the safety of our museum, gallery and historic site visitors is a priority.
Our priority is the safety of our visitors and staff members. Reduced operating hours at this time are Tuesday - Saturday, 1 pm - 5pm, appointment is recommended. Our complete safety protocols are listed on our website museeheritage.ca