The doors officially opened to the Nose Creek Valley Museum in 1988, and by 1993 the collection had grown so much that an extension was added on to the building to display more local artifacts. Today, the museum houses more than 10,000 artifacts and has much to offer visitors including:

Wildlife Displays
First Nation’s Display
Settler’s Cabin
Blacksmith Shop

General Store
Barbershop
4-H Displays
Antique Cars and Farm Machinery

One of Canada’s Largest Arrowhead Collections
Memorabilia from WWI and WWII
LAV III