Historic Homes Tour

Sunday,  Sunday, October 27th from 1:00 to 5:00 pm

The Prince Albert Historical Society has partnered with five local homeowners to open their houses to the public to highlight some of the earlier homes in Prince Albert. Each home dates to Prince Albert’s boom period of 1912.

This tour will help raise funds to reconstruct the Nisbet Church and Blockhouse on the riverbank west of the Historical Museum.

  • Tickets will be sold at the Historical Museum: $25 in advance and $30 the day of the event; only 100 tickets will be printed
  • Each ticket holder will be entered into a draw for a one night stay for two at the Red Pine Bed and Breakfast

On the day of the tour, the Historical Museum will be the visitor home base, providing information, washrooms, and light refreshments.  More information about the tour.


 

  Historic Homes

  • 301 14th Street W
  • 14 23rd Street E
  • 2116 6th Ave W (Villa Bianca)
  • 313 19th Street W (Red Pine Bed & Breakfast)
  • 1825 1 1/2 Ave W

St. Mary's: A History of the Church and its People

Sunday,  September 8th from 2:00 -4:00 pm

Did Prince Albert chose a penitentiary over a university? Fred Payton answers this question as well as providing a history of St May’s Church, the Anglican diocese and Emmanuel College.

  • Learn about the people associated with Prince Albert and the church: James Isbister, Thomas Osborn Davis family, Minnie Jones, Thomas Baker family and more.
  • Find out more about the victims of the Riel Resistance and the conflict with Almighty Voice.

St. Mary’s Church is located just west of the penitentiary on Highway 302.


 

  St. Mary's Sept 8th Presentation

Summer Exhibit - One Canada: Diefenbaker's Vision

The “One Canada: Diefenbaker’s Vision” exhibit can be viewed at the Historical Museum starting Monday, July 15th and continuing to the end of the summer season. This exhibit is now closed.

This exhibit explores the goals of Canada’s 13th Prime Minister to create an equitable country that derives strength from diversity. The purpose of the exhibit is to spark conversations about nationalism, identity, human rights and how we as Canadians view our country as a unified nation. Part of the exhibit includes lesser-known stories about Diefenbaker’s life.

  Diefenbaker Exhibit Poster 

Antique and Garage Sale

The Prince Albert Historical Society has been reviewing their artefact collection and will be having a sale of items that are no longer needed at the museums.

The sale was a success thanks to all the volunteers and people who supported our sale!

Thursday, June 6th to Saturday, June 8th

10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day

    

Garage Sale Poster

Downtown Walking Tour

This tour is over, but watch for the next one this summer!
Learn about the history of downtown Prince Albert and sample snacks from local restaurants during this 1.5 hour tour.

Saturday, May 25th, 2019 @ 2:00 pm

Meet at the front doors of the Historical Museum

Tickets: $15

Tickets must be purchased by 4 pm on Thursday, May 23rd.  Phone the Historical Museum at 306.764.2992 to purchase tickets (cash only).

    

Food Tour May 25th

Crocus Tea

Wednesday,  May 8TH

2:00 -4:00 pm


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