All Places in ‘Cultural Experiences’

  • Wabamun and District Museum Society

    The Wabamun & District Museum Society was established in 2007 to preserve for the public benefit, the natural, historical, industrial and cultural heritage of the Village of Wabamun and communities surrounding Wabamun Lake, from the early 1800’s to the present. The museum was officially opened in July 2009. We are read more

  • Seba Beach Heritage Museum

    The Seba Beach Museum’s displays and artifacts are housed in the former All Saint’s Anglican Church, which was built in 1946. The collection dates to 1906. They are open weekends during the month of June 10:00am – 3:00pm. No charge – admission by donation. Wonderful treasures to be found among read more

  • Hills of Hope

    The Hills of Hope Historical Society was founded in 1975. The area referred to as the “Hills of Hope” is in Parkland County stretching from Range Road 20 west to Range Road 52 and from the border with Lac Ste. Anne County south to the North Saskatchewan River. The Society’s read more

  • Multicultural Heritage Centre

    The Multicultural Heritage Centre has been preserving and promoting the history of Stony Plain for over 40 years. The centre seeks to engage local residents, businesses, governments, community organizations, and visitors as they record, promote, and celebrate the agricultural heritage, regional cultural roots, and historic values of the Town of read more

  • Horse & Wagon Mural Tours

    Experience the Town with the Painted Past as you discover Stony Plain’s renowned murals, historic sites, legendary characters, and the unforgettable stories on a Horse & Wagon Mural Tour! Book early to ensure your spot. For more information click here or call 780 963 2777.

  • Historic Downtown Core

    Downtown Stony Plain is full of original charm and character. It might look old-fashioned but it is anything but slow-paced! It’s the past meets present with charming restaurants, unique boutiques, art galleries and Farmer’s Markets. An excursion to downtown Stony Plain is sure to satisfy all one’s shopping needs and desires.

  • Parkland Potters’ Guild – Crooked Pot Gallery

    The Parkland Potters’ Guild has been a fully functional guild for over 35 years. 30+ members of this well-rooted guild and well-stocked gallery offers art, sculpture, jewellery, functional pottery, one-of-a-kind items…and one-of-a-kind potters! Visit The Crooked Pot Gallery to view the work of guild members.

  • Grain Elevator Museum & Farmer’s Market

    Look up….look WAAAAAY up! Take a tour of this majestic landmark from may through September and see what’s inside! Open for tours from Tuesday through Saturday, 9am until 3pm. Built in 1958, the Grain Elevator was in operation until 1995 when it was due to be demolished. Ag Society volunteers read more

  • Horizon Stage Performing Arts Centre

    This intimate and acoustically-superb venue offers a varied season of theatre, music, dance, family performances, and theatre classes. In short, something for everyone! Horizon Stage is also available as a rental venue for a wide range of activities from concerts to business meetings. Whatever the occasion, whatever the situation, whatever read more

  • Melcor Cultural Centre

    The Melcor Cultural Centre houses The Spruce Grove Public Library and The Spruce Grove Art Gallery and Gift Store. The Spruce Grove Art Gallery is a must see with several feature-artist exhibitions every year. The Allied Arts Council hosts numerous arts competitions each year at the Gallery.