Find out what pioneering was really like — visit the Stavely Museum.
The museum, on the corner of 49th Avenue and 52 Street, lets you take a wonderful look back at farming and ranching life.
The museum holds a 1903 Altman Taylor Threshing machine, as well as many unique historic Stavely family treasures and memorabilia.
As always, Stavely is an incredible community, with a unsurpassed community spirit. Community members have built this collection.
The collection includes a general store, an old kitchen, bedroom, church organ, beauty parlour, school, and collections of sports and military memorabilia. Fabulous displays such as the creamery and historic area clothing are sure to make you smile.
Museum hours are Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays from 1:30 -4:30 p.m.