The Nose Creek Valley Museum was established in 1987 as a permanent, public, non-profit institution. The museum collection features meaningful historical objects from the Nose Creek Valley and Airdrie area, from 1780 through to the present. Currently, this small museum houses over 20,000 artefacts across 10 exhibits, making it jam-packed with knowledge. Guides tours are also available and are very reasonably priced while offering a more knowledgeable and in-depth experience.
The museum features exhibits such as “First Nations Tools & Weapons”, “Prairie Home”, “Blacksmith Shop”, “General Store” and more. Collections include antique cars, wildlife displays, military memorabilia, antique farming machinery, grain elevators and so much more. Definitely stop by this charming little museum if you’re in the area, you will certainly not regret it. The museum provides a great place for families and children alike to learn more about the area’s history in an exciting and engaging way.