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Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin

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Survey a wide variety of historic vehicles at Reynolds-Alberta Museum, a site that looks into the advances made in industry over time with the advent of technology and the effects this has had on commerce. You'll find more than 350 motorcycles, automotive, and industry vehicles dating from 1890 to the present within the museum, as well as more than 70 vintage aircraft and over 1,000 vehicles used in agriculture. Discover more about these machines with interactive displays and time with engines, learning about mechanical and operational processes. Don’t miss the chance to sit in some of these historic vehicles. Put Reynolds-Alberta Museum into our Wetaskiwin travel itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Very well organized museum. We were here for a car show. This was the third time in the last 5 years. Admission was free for seniors, so that was nice. (Don't stay at the campsite across the highway, ...  more »
  • Yes - Canada also had a car industry! The McLaughlin Buick was designed and produced in Canada by Canadians at the same time that Henry Ford and many other entrepreneurs were developing automobiles. W...  more »
  • Very worth the drive to Wetaskiwin! The Reynolds Museum is awesome! The displays we beautifully displayed and the docents were on hand to explain or answer questions. You need to have good walking sho...  more »
  • Fantastic place to spend a day. Different activities happen throughout the year for car shows, steam tractor shows and air shows. Wheelchair accessible. And there are restoration courses available to take on site.
  • Cars, planes, tractors, and even steam shovels - It's a great place for adults and kids who love machines. Harvest festival on Labour Day weekend is the best!
  • I always enjoy going here, it's changed a little bit over the years, still a great atmosphere and very well maintained. I highly recommend for families of all ages.
  • I was going to wait to go into my 2 year old is older, but I'm glad I didn't! We had such a great time we're going again in 2 weeks with visiting family. The collection of machinery and vehicles is incredible, the building is really well taken care of, and there's a lot of fun things to do, even for a 2 year old! I'll definitely recommend this place to all our friends.
  • Fantastic resource for local and Canadian industrial history. Wonderful facility run by dedicated employees.