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Arts and Heritage St. Albert is a non-profit society and registered charity.  Through a partnership agreement with the City of St Albert, we manage the Art Gallery of St. Albert, the Musée Héritage Museum and St. Albert heritage sites, including the Little White School and Grain Elevator Park. Arts and Heritage offers exceptional community-based exhibitions, curriculum-based educational programs for school children, arts and heritage programs for all ages, restoration of historic buildings and special events. Our exhibits, programs and events serve more than 63,000 people a year.


Art Gallery of St. Albert

Located at 19 Perron St., features monthly exhibitions and a variety of community programs. Exhibitions showcase the diverse styles and media created within the visual arts community locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. The community and educational programs offered by the gallery provide hands-on opportunities for thousands of children, youth and adults throughout the year.

The Rental & Sales Gallery and Gallery Shop showcase established and emerging artists and artisans whose work is available for sale or rent.

Watch for special event information, such as ArtWalk or the Gallery’s annual fundraiser, on our website,

Art Gallery of St. Albert is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursdays 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Musée Héritage Museum 

Located in St. Albert Place, the Musée Héritage Museum explores the story of St. Albert through a variety of exhibitions, events and programs.

The St. Albert History Gallery explores why people were attracted to this amazing place and how they built a thriving community. The museum offers curriculum-based educational programs, as well as public programs for families.

The museum is also home to a genealogy database that’s available to the public for research. Information files are available on many names of families in St. Albert and the archives hold various original records from local families.

The museum gift shop features many unique treasures with a heritage theme.

The Musée Héritage Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays 1 to 5 p.m.  Visit our website for special event information, such as the Historic Walking Tours.


Grain Elevator Park

Located off Meadowview Drive, the park features two of Alberta’s provincially-designated grain elevators built in 1906 and 1929. Drop in and one of our interpreters will be happy to show you around the site. The park is open seasonally, from Victoria Day to Labour Day, Wednesday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


The Little White School

Located on Madonna Drive, this two-room school house was built in 1948. Visitors can step back in time and enjoy learning how the school has changed over the years. Call 780-459-1528 for further information.


Father Lacombe Chapel

From May to September, costumed interpreters offer programs and tours at this historic site and the oldest building in Alberta, located on Mission Hill. Watch for special events, such as the annual Harvest Festival and activities at the heritage sites for children throughout the summer months on our website,


The St. Albert Public Library

Located in the heart of downtown in St. Albert Place (with nearby parking), is open seven days a week. An annual membership provides access to an extensive collection of books and magazines in both print and digital formats, music on CD or streamed, digital or DVD movies, including hot box office titles in the Quick Flicks collection, and a wide range of online information. The library also offers a variety of informative and fun programs for adults, teens and children.

There’s free access to computers and the Internet, assistive technology, homebound services and a career resource centre to help kick start your job search.

Check out for open hours, to browse the catalogue, search for information, download books/magazines/movies and more, find out about upcoming events and programs, and plan your leisure and learning activities.

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