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Alberta Aviation Museum

“For more than 80 years Edmonton’s Blatchford Field was the centre of a bustling aviation community that spurred the growth of the city, the region and the North. Hundreds of men and women let their dreams take flight from this historic airfield, flying everything from biplanes to bush planes, bombers to jets.

The Alberta Aviation Museum is committed to keeping that aviation heritage alive by sharing their stories, offering educational programs and producing online content.”

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The Alberta Railway Museum

“The Alberta Railway Museum, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, ​preserves and interprets significant railway artifacts, including locomotives, railway cars, track maintenance equipment, and buildings.
Our collection and interpretation efforts focus on the Canadian National Railways, Northern Alberta Railways, and short line and industrial railways.”

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Palaeontology Museum

“Highlights from two extraordinary collections, University of Alberta Laboratory for Vertebrate Paleontology and the Invertebrate Paleontology Collection, are available for public discovery in the Paleontology Museum. Specimens on display range in age from over 600 million to 10,000 years, from dinosaurs to fish to trilobites. Significant fossils highlight unique discoveries that address major evolutionary questions. The Museum is a valuable asset to the Department’s students and researchers as well as to other paleontologists, and a delight to school groups and the general public.”

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Royal Alberta Museum

“The Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) is one of Canada’s leading museums of human and natural history. Located in Edmonton, the museum collects, preserves, researches, interprets, and exhibits specimens and objects related to the heritage of Alberta’s people and natural environment. The museum’s expansive permanent galleries feature engaging exhibits complemented by internationally touring features.”

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Neon Sign Museum

“The Neon Sign Museum, the first of its kind in Canada, features a collection of functional historic signs that tell a story about Edmonton’s neon past. The City of Edmonton has collected 20 neon signs, all of which have been restored and installed on the east wall of the TELUS building and the south wall of the Mercer Warehouse building on 104 Street and 104 Avenue.”

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C & E Railway Museum

“Built by the C&E Railway Company along standard plans used by the parent company, CPR, the original building would have been one of 11 such stations built throughout the prairies. The two story station house contained a public section made up of the station master’s office, waiting rooms, and an express room, as well as a private section where the station master and his family lived.

The C&E Railway Station Museum has collected a large number of railway artifacts to help visitors learn about how the station operated. Visitors will be surrounded by period furnishings, clothing, photographs, and Ninteenth Century train station souvenirs as they walk through the station.”

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Loyal Edmonton Regiment 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. Since 1997, we have been located at the Prince of Wales Armouries Heritage Centre, the building where the regiment was based from 1920 to 1965.”

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TELUS World of Science

“TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE) inspires life-long learning as we create a positive science and technology culture in our region.
The science centre is a non-profit organization designed to motivate people to learn about and contribute to advances in science and technology to strengthen themselves, their families, and their community.

TELUS World of Science – Edmonton is operated by the Edmonton Space & Science Foundation, a non-profit organization, and is located in Coronation Park at 11211 142 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta.”

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Muttart Conservatory

“The Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton’s premier horticultural attraction, is nestled in the river valley and features more than 700 species of plants in 3 climate-regulated biomes – arid, temperate and tropical – and a feature biome, located within our pyramids.”

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