Onoway Museum and Heritage Centre
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4708 Lac Ste. Anne Trail N
Onoway, Alberta

Located at the corner of 49th Street and Lac Ste. Anne Trail North (north of the railway tracks) in Onoway, Alberta

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Admission by Donation

Parking / Accessibility

Ample parking available

wheelchair accessible

All levels are
wheelchair accessible

Visitor Information Centre

The Onoway Visitor Information Centre is located in the Onoway Museum.

Trained travel counsellors can assist with travel plans within the Onoway area and Alberta as a whole.

Items available:
  • Maps
  • Information on local resources
  • Information from most provinces in Canada
  • Some information from the United States
  • A large selection of brochures and pamphlets from Alberta and British Columbia
For information on town events. visit Town of Onoway

For information on county events, visit
County of Lac Ste. Anne

Reading Room

The Reading Room is a comfortable space dedicated to research and reading about history.

Its initial focus is a comprehensive collection of school textbooks used throughout the years, many of them inscribed by students who attended Beaupré and other local one-room schools.

The Reading Room also houses a wide range of books reflecting local interests, e.g. cookbooks going back many decades, children’s books, popular novels.

The collection of local newspapers is a fascinating source of information (and gossip) about life around Onoway from the mid-1900s on.

Browsing through the collection of Life magazines is an intriguing insight into the lifestyle and culture of the same era.

The Reference Collection, comprised of local history books and Alberta history, can provide the answers to many questions.

Map showing our location in Onoway

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