Museum Moment: From the Desk of the Program Manager

This week’s Museum Moment is about how we are Partners in Education and all the ways that we at the Musée Héritage Museum and Heritage Sites in St. Albert do that.  Education is happening in a variety of ways at the Musée Héritage Museum, and it continues to be a great place to learn about […]


December Holidays 2020

Once again, we are all facing a different kind of holiday season and the Arts and Heritage Foundation is here for you with some additional activity ideas to keep you busy during the holidays this year! We have more fun activities to help you connect with your friends and family without coming into close contact […]


Museum Moment: Christmas Holidays

We are all facing a socially distanced Holiday Season. This is an opportunity to be creative and find safe ways to connect with family and friends without coming into close contact. When you go to the Musée Héritage Museum blog we have posted some fun craft ideas that fit into an envelope, so you can […]


Museum Moment: Reconnecting with Tattoos

When the ‘Iceman’ was discovered in the Alps in 1991, he became the oldest surviving example of tattooing, carbon-dated to 5,200 years ago. The ancient tradition in Japan goes back roughly 7,000 years, based on examples of tattoos found on clay figurines. Across the globe, Egyptians, Romans, Peruvians and Polynesians all had their own tattooing […]