The Musée Héritage Museum manages the City of St. Albert’s Heritage Sites: the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park, Little White School, River Lot 24 and its associated houses and agricultural buildings.

The heritage sites offer unique programs and tours for all ages. Admission is free to all sites, donations are welcome.

Explore St. Albert’s past at the Grain Elevator Park and Train Station, where our interpreters will take you on a guided tour of two of Alberta’s provincially designated grain elevators, the 1906 Brackman Ker Elevator and 1929 Alberta Wheat Pool Elevator, and the 1920’s replica Train Station.

The Little White School began operating in 1948 and is an integral part of St. Albert’s history on its prominent hillside location. Step back in time with a visit to the School where our classroom will take you back to 1948 when the Little White School first opened.

Make your next special occasion the greatest in history!

The St Albert Grain Elevator Park includes two beautifully restored grain elevators, a train station and platform, and a variety of green space for an outdoor event or photos.

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The Archives Society of Alberta black-and-white calendar is filled with vintage photos and makes a great gift! The 2019 calendar is now available for purchase at the museum!