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Heritage

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Alberta's society and culture over the past hundreds of years make up its heritage today. Our heritage is significant because it gives us a sense of our past and helps to define us as individuals and communities.

The province has kept its heritage alive through the world-class museums, archives, historic sites, and architectural sites which are located all around the province.

At Alberta museums, you can learn about the dinosaurs that once roamed the area we know today as Alberta or you can see, firsthand, the earliest planes and automobiles. Go to one of the archives in the province and you can find records of the past, preserved on paper or film. Alberta's historic sites showcase living history, so that you can actually experience eras or places that no longer exist today. A tour through a historic building can also provide that special feeling as if you're stepping back in time.

Make no bones about discovering Alberta’s museums, archives and historic sites at www.AlbertaHeritage.net, Alberta’s Heritage and Cultural Tourism website!

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