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South Peace Centennial Museum

The South Peace Centennial Museum is home to the largest and working steam powered farm equipment collections in Alberta.
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The museum started as a hobby of Ted McLean, who had a deep-seated love for the steam engine. Ted's interest prompted him to start collecting old farm machinery and to restore them to their original operating condition.

This charming 40 acre agricultural pioneer village features hundreds of restored antique tractors, rare steam engines, stationary engines, horse drawn wagons, carriages and antique automobiles. Walk about the grounds to admire the gardens or browse the historic pioneer buildings full of antiques just the way they were years ago.

Visit the homesteaders' cabins, trading post, church, school, grist mill, community hall, and general store. Experience working a day in the life of a pioneer strolling through the blacksmith shop, barn, carriage house, and railway buildings. Restoration work in progress includes a Pioneer elevator recently moved to the site.

The museum features thousands of artifacts on display in our mission to "Preserve the Past ~ For the Future".

Season opens from

May 15 to mid September 
10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

Daily Admissions are:

Adults & Youth - $5.00 each

Children 10 and under free

(Cash Only, NO ATM)

The South Peace Centennial Museum is located 2 km North of Beaverlodge on Highway 43. 


Contact Information

780-354-8869 Visit Website
South Peace Centennial Museum Beaverlodge Alberta
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