Kid Friendly Museums In Edmonton, AB
We found 21
TELUS World of Science - Edmonton inspires life-long learning as we create a positive science and technology culture in our region.
Strathcona County Art Gallery@501 is a contemporary public gallery that exhibits the work of local, national and international artists. Gallery@501 offers art classes and education programs catering to all ages and abilities.
The Alberta Aviation Museum is committed to keeping Edmonton's aviation heritage alive by sharing stories, offering education programs, and providing exciting opportunities for families to explore the city's rich aviation history.
We are a museum and energy discovery centre located 2 km from Devon, AB. Our school programs and summer camps explore topics relating to Canada's energy sector, such as geology, renewable energy, engineering and environmental science.
Art Gallery of St. Albert is a non-profit that features contemporary and community exhibitions, brought to life with events, community art classes and education field trips that offer visual arts opportunities for children, youth and teachers!
Climb into a pink Buick convertible or a gigantic Oil Pull tractor, cuddle up in our indoor drive-in or play the "Pursuit of McLaughlin' game. There's lots for kids of all ages to see and do! Hands-on play helps you understand how machines work!
John Walter Museum is a small facility located in the heart of the river valley. The site interprets the life of John Walter and the Strathcona community of Walterdale from 1875 to 1920.
Whether you are a tourist, streetcar/tram enthusiast, historian or even a prospective member, you will find both useful and interesting information on our site. Look up operating times, study the history of Edmonton Streetcars and historic track m...
Multicultural Heritage Centre has been preserving & promoting history in Stony Plain for over 40 years. We engage residents & visitors to celebrate cultural roots and historic values of the Town of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove & Parkland County.
The Royal Alberta Museum takes you on a journey through millions of years of Alberta's remarkable stories. From our expansive Natural and Human History halls to a live Bug Gallery, and Children's Gallery, a-ha moments await around every corner!
The Art Gallery of Alberta is a museum dedicated to excellent and innovative practice in programming, stewardship, and presentation of visual arts in Western Canada and across the nation.
Over thirty historic structures have been relocated to the museum, restored and furnished to a pre-1930 period, then staffed by costumed role-players who re-enact the historic routines and activities associated with that household
Providing the best in living history, Fort Edmonton Park is nestled on 64 hectares (158 acres) of wooded parkland along Edmonton’s river valley. The Park is Canada's largest living history museum.
The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum is dedicated to preserving the military heritage of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment and other central and northern Alberta military units.
At its core, Arts on the Ave believes in cultivating artistic fellowship through arts celebrations, signature art festivals, and traditions.
That's all 21 places matching your criteria. Know of one we're missing?