St. Albert Grain Elevator Park & Historic River Lots 23 & 24 are open for tours Wednesday through Friday from 1-6pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm.
Come and visit the 1906 Brackman-Ker and 1929 Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevators. While you are here, we invite you to look at the vehicles, ploughs, and cultivators around the site, and have a look at our many gardens.
We are also excited to welcome you to historic River Lots 23 & 24, on which the Belcourt House Cunningham House, Maison Chevigny, and the Brousseau Granary all sit. Located across Meadowview Lane, the River Lots provide a space to hear and share stories about Métis history, the Hudson Bay Company, Francophone settlement in St. Albert, and the Sturgeon River.
We also offer walking tours of Downtown, Mission Hill, St. Albert Grain Elevator Park and Historic River Lots 23 & 24, and along the Sturgeon River. Navigate St. Albert’s past on foot and discover what makes our city unique.
Please call or email the Musée Héritage Museum to set up a time at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-459-1528.
Interested in touring the Little White School? Please contact the Musée Héritage Museum and we would be happy to show you around.
We look forward to meeting you!