This village is one of Alberta’s largest museums, originating in 1970. It is a preservation of the local history of Innisfail, beginning with the donation of “The Spruces” by the Gibson family. It has 18 buildings on 2 acres of land, representing the history of Innisfail from the late 1800s to the 1930s. The buildings’ exterior and interior give their visitors a distinctive look through time.
The village hosts Friday afternoon teas and various other events throughout the summer. The admission is quite cheap and wheelchair accessible, making it an ideal place to visit on a trip to Innisfail! Learn more about the history of the town!