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Spirit River and District Museum

Reed HouseSpirit River and District MuseumSurrounded by several historic buildings, the Spirit River and District Museum uses its large collection of farm tools, equipment, and many household artefacts to provide a view of homestead life in the central Peace River country during the early part of the century.

WorkshopThe Spirit River and District Museum’s collection includes local newspapers, pictures, furnishings, and tools. The museum is home to the Charlie Oxford's Cabin, Avery and Ida Winchell's homestead house, a church, school, pole shed, farmhouse, flour mill, planer and sawmill, and a 100 year old horse driven wooden water well drilling machine. Visitors will find a blacksmith shop, dairy milk house, Pich Oven, and an oilfield pumpjack.

A post office and general store, with a hospital operating room make up the main museum building.

May to September hours:

Monday to Sunday
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Cost: No admission Fee Donations Accepted

Call for winter hours
Tel: (780) 864-2180

Spirit River and District Museum
Box 221,
Spirit River, AB TOH 3GO Canada



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