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Kneehill Historical Museum

The Kneehill Historical Museum is located on the access road to Highway 21 east, along the East entrance to the town of Three Hills. Governed by the Kneehill Historical Society, the Kneehill Historical Museum boasts a wide variety of items that give visitors a glimpse into the lives of the pioneers that lived in the area.

The collection comprises early farm machinery, including tractors and tools, surgical instruments, pioneer home articles, and broadcasting equipment from CFCN Calgary. There is also a CNR Station, complete with a box car, tank car, and caboose. Early photos, maps, books, school registers, and other historical information about the community are also found at the Kneehill Historical Museum.

Hours and Admission:
May 15 – September 15
Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

$3.00 – Adults, Seniors
$2.00 – Students
$6.00 – Families
Free – Children under 12

Contact:
Kneehill Historical Museum
Box 653
Three Hills, Alberta
T0M 2A0
Phone: (403) 443–2092
Fax: (403) 443–7941
Website: Kneehill Museum information

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