The Museum’s non-lending Resource Library, located on the main floor, is available for public use. There is a large collection of Alberta History Books, including community and family histories. Many of our research files are also available, and we have a wide selection of old newspapers, magazines, telephone books, and catalogues for you to look through. Please ask a staff member if you would like access to any of these resources.
Event / Meeting Space
The Wetaskiwin and District Heritage Museum is a friendly gathering place for the local community and we offer facility usage of our main floor Larson Gallery, as well as a smaller meeting room on the second floor. Both are available to individuals, corporations, and non-profit societies for a nominal fee. Please contact us to learn more about hosting an event here at the museum!
The Heritage Museum has no physical barriers to entering the building from Main Street. Once inside, an elevator bypasses the stairways to the lower and upper levels, and the majority of our exhibits and displays are accessible for wheelchairs, strollers, and walkers. A wheelchair accessible washroom is also available on our main floor.
Photography is allowed only if arrangement has been made with the Museum Manager.