Edgerton and District Historical Society

Edgerton & District Museum - "Teacups to Tractors" - best kept secret in Alberta!

Hwy 894 & Hwy 610 Box 174 Edgerton, Alberta Canada T0B 1K0
South west corner of Edgerton
Fax Number:
(780) 755-2181
Phone Number:
(780) 755-2189

Six buildings house the Edgerton and area artifacts. The original Grand Trunk Pacific Station built in 1909, includes the display of rare and interesting autochrome (coloured photographs) collection taken by the photographer Hugo Viewager in 1913 -14.

The Battle Valley School SD# 2184 and the Edgerton Methodist Church are original buildings on site. Other Buildings display a post office, general store, barber shop, blacksmith shop and numerous antique tractors and vehicles.


Open daily Victoria Day to Labour Day: Monday to Friday - 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
                                                              Saturday & Sunday - 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
or by appointment - phone 780-755- 2189, 780-755-2248 or 780-755-3945

Gift Shop with souvenirs and post cards.

Tour Group and Handicap Access.

Last modified on August 19, 2016  by Go East of Edmonton

Category: Museum


Did You Know?

The village of Edgerton was incorporated on September 11, 1917 and the first council meeting was held 3 months later on December 17, 1917