Pincher Creek at Heritage Acres

Sample farm living at this outdoor museum located just northeast of the Oldman River Dam. Operated by the Oldman River Antique Equipment & Threshing Club, this historical  site has something for everyone.

Established in 1988, Heritage Acres is now Alberta's largest independant Agricultural Museum and is a home to a extenstive collection of pioneer and farm related artifacts.  A significant number of relocated heritage building also adorn the site, all filled with interesting artifacts recreating a bygone era. 

Some features of this historical center include:

  • The Ashvale School
  • An authentic Doukhobor barn
  • One of Canada's largest collections of antique farm machinery
  • Crystal Village; a miniature village that is a delight for children to explore

The club also moved a full sized barn from The Vogelar Farm to Heritage Acres in 2014, which has become a welcome addition to their collection. Tours welcome.


Open May Long Weekend to Labour Day Weekend

Monday - Saturday | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


For more information, please contact:

Phone: (403) 627-2082
Website: http://www.heritageacres.org
Email: heritageacresfarmmuseum@gmail.com

Upcoming Events

FEB
24
6:00 PM
Council Meeting
FEB
26
7:00 PM
Pink Shirt Day

Public Notices

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Information for re-entering
February 16, 2020
For those who were affected by closures to the home or businesses during the King Edward Hotel Fire 
Mayors Message
February 15, 2020
Message from Mayor Don Anderberg 
Rogers Communication Tower
February 11, 2020
In December 2014 the Council for the Town of Pincher Creek entered into negotiations with Rogers Communications for a communication tower to be placed on Plan 8310308, Block 7, Lot 4, also known as the Town Shop yard.
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