The DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum is located in the Easy Smoky Area of the Peace Country. The Peace Country refers to the apsen parkland region. The Peace Rver in Canada runs through the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The Debolt and District Pioneer Museum is situated in a small rural community and features eight heritage buildings and two shed that house their collection of artifacts.
The DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum had a humble beginning, starting out as one small log building that contained the many stories of the Peace Country Community. Since its origins in 1975 the museum has grown to include more buildings that showcase a variety of pioneer themes such as homemaking, farming, ranching, forestry, and rural living.
From Vimy to Juno can be accessed by visitors during regular hours of operation.
DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum
404 Virginia Avenue
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 11 am - 4 pm
Contact: 780-957-3957 or email deboltmuseum@gmail for more information or to book a school tour / guide!
For More Information
For additional information, please visit the DeBolt and District Pioneer Museum website.