Are you interested in vintage cameras? Come check out Jacob's Studio! Do you love music? We have a rare and unusual jukebox just waiting for you to swoon over it! With farm machinery and 1900s dresses, timeless quilts and tobacco tins, the museum showcases the people who called Brazeau County and Drayton Valley home. Whether in a permanent or temporary exhibit, the museum is sure to have an artifact or photograph to capture everyone's interest!

All-Saints Anglican Church
The All-Saints Anglican Church was the first church built in Drayton Valley, and donated to the museum grounds in 2003.
Outdoor Machinery
The museum has acquired numerous pieces of farm and commercial machinery, now on outdoor display.
Kugyelka Skid Shack
George Kugyelka purchased this skid shack in 1961 and spent his life as a bachelor in it. The building was donated to the museum in 2012.
Herndon House
Built in 1950, this five-bedroom farm house was home to eight family members as well as frequent boarders the family took in.
Eldorado School
The first school in Drayton Valley, the Eldorado School, was built in 1915. The structure now resting at the museum was the second building constructed for the local students.
Rocky Rapids Store
The second store in Rocky Rapids was built in 1935 and owned by the Glass family. After a change in ownership, the store remains open and operated by the Belva family since 1959.
Photo Gallery
600+ photographs in the museum's archives!
Temporary Exhibits
There's always something to see, and some story to be told! Stay updated on the museum's summer temporary exhibits here.
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Open daily June - August 11:00 - 5:00
Mailing address:
Drayton Valley & District Historical Society
Box 5099
Drayton Valley, Alberta T7A 1R3
Email: dvmusem@gmail.com
Phone: (780) 542-5482
Eldorado School

The first school in Drayton Valley, the Eldorado School, was built in 1915. The structure now resting at the museum was the second building constructed for the local students.

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