Dixonville Museum

The Dixonville Museum is a fascinating destination that offers visitors a glimpse into the early days of the Hamlet of Dixonville. The museum is housed in an authentic early 20th century trading post cabin, which was one of the first log buildings in the community. Originally a one-room store, the building was owned and operated by various residents before being restored by the community's dedicated volunteers. The museum features numerous artifacts from the community's settlement and celebrates the strength, determination, and cooperation of the pioneers who settled the region.

Open starting July 1. Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm - 2 pm. 

Battle River Pioneer Museum


Where can you find an albino moose, an enormous collection of antique and vintage equipment, and books about local history?

The Battle River Pioneer Museum! The museum features a plethora of items from years long past; antique and vintage equipment, automobiles, and even snowmobiles!

You can even take some Battle River History home with you! The museum sells a selection of books, some of which include

The Saga of Battle River, Suitable for the Wilds, a collection of letters by Dr. Mary Jackson, and Trapping Alberta's Chinchaga River Valley, The Amazon of the North, by Joanne Potter.

Open May 15 - September 16: 10 am - 6 pm daily.