Museums and History
Homestead Antique Museum
About the Homestead Museum in Drumheller Founded in 1965, the Homestead Museum features a comprehensive collection of over 10,000 antiques and artifacts from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Star exhibits at the Homestead include a two-headed calf and an entire house that was purchased out of a 1919 issue of the Eaton's catalogue. Admission Rates for the Homestead Museum Adult: $7.00 per person Senior: $5.00 per person Youth: $5.00 (ages 6 to 16 - children under 6 are free) Family: $15.00 (maximum 10 people) Bus tours: $3.00 per person Visitor Information for the Homestead Museum The museum is wheelchair accessible and features free parking for cars and over-sized vehicles, a picnic area, free coffee, and a beverage concession. Hours of Operation for the Homestead Museum The Homestead is open from May 1st to the second Monday in October (Canadian Thanksgiving Day) each year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. During peak season (July 1 to Labour Day), the Homestead extends its evening hours to 8 p.m. from Thursday to Sunday. Maps and directions to the Homestead Museum The Homestead Museum is located at 901 North Dinosaur Trail en route to the Tyrrell Museum. Contact the Homestead Museum in Drumheller, AB For more information about the Homestead Museum and its programs, phone at 403.823.2600.