10 River Street East
Phone: (306) 764-2992
Experience the history of Prince Albert and area with a visit to the Historical Museum. Once Prince Albert's third fire hall, it was built in 1912 and was used by the Prince Albert Fire Department until 1975.
On display you will find the old fire truck and firemen's pole along with numerous other exhibits such as early 1900's furniture and a Indigenous Dugout Canoe which is believed to be over a thousand years old.
After touring the museum, relax in our tea room. Our staff are available to answer questions and make your visit enjoyable.
The Historical Museum is home to the Bill Smiley Archives, a repository of over 16,000 documents, 2,000 photographs, 300 maps and more! E-mail email@example.com to send a request or book a research time.
For more information including hours, tours, etc., please visit History PA
The staff of the Prince Albert Historical Museum look forward to welcoming you!