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Michener House Museum

The Michener House MuseumThe Michener House Museum is located at 5036–51 Street, Lacombe, Alberta. The governing authority is the Maski-Pitoon Historical Society. The collection at the museum includes a display of period artefacts of the Rt. Hon. Roland Michener, Governor General of Canada (1967-74). The museum also has pictorial collections, an archival collection, and a blacksmith site and collection.

Museum activities include blacksmith demonstrations and various summer events such as tours, special displays, and a pancake breakfast with the Antique Auto Club in conjunction with a garage sale.

Hours and Admission:
Mid-May – September
Tuesday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Admission by donation

Michener House
5036– 51 Street
Lacombe, Alberta
T4L 1W2
Phone: (403) 782–9344
Summer Phone: (403) 782–3933
Email: maski@telusplanet.net

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