The Trochu and District Museum is located in Trochu, Alberta. The museum collection contains artifacts that tells the story from the beginning of the community over 100 years. Trochu, Alberta is a small prairie town that was founded by French settlers led by Armand Trochu. The Trochu and District Museum displays exhibits that include early French Settlers, St. Mary’s Hospital, and the Sisters of Notre Dame d’Evron, the Finnish community, coal mining, the First and Second World War and the Trochu Tribune. The Trochu Tribune is a local newspaper copies of the tribune are held at the museum. Their archive of newspapers start from Pre-First World War and continue onto the 1980s. Accompanying the newspaper is a working printing press, the press that these papers were originally printed on. Trochu and District Museum also has three murals on the outside of the building, these murals are part of a group of ten and counting around the town of Trochu.
Trochu and District Museum
315 Arena Avenue
Tuesday - Saturday
9 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 5 pm
Admission by donation
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For additional information, please visit the Trochu and District Museum website.