Peace River Museum, Archives & Mackenzie Centre
“We are proud to acknowledge the homeland of the many diverse First Nations and Metis people whose ancestors have walked this land since time immemorial. We are grateful to work, live and learn on the traditional territory of Treaty 8.”
Please note, some of our operations have changed: If you would like to access the Peace River Archives or Reference Library, please contact the Archivist at 780.624.4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Archive drop-ins will not be accepted.
There is now a limit of 10 people in the museum and gift shop at one time.
Visitors will also be required to sanitize their hands upon entering the gift shop and galleries.
The Peace River Tourist Information Centre is closed for the 2020 season; we apologize for any inconvenience. However, please visit the Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre located 10302-99 Street, Peace River, for more tourism information. Visitors can also contact the Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre by calling 780.624.4261 or emailing email@example.com
Admission by donation
10302 – 99 Street, Peace River, Alberta
Monday – Saturday:
10am to 4pm
EventsThere are no upcoming events at this time.
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Peace River’s town and fur trade history are always on exhibit
Commitment to Social Responsibility
In 2016 the Peace River Museum, Archives, and Mackenzie Centre was honoured to receive the Robert Janes Award for Social Responsibility.
Resources for Educators (Download PDF) – The Museum offers a number of services to the community including help for local schools and educators in teaching local heritage.
Live Local – The Museum Gift Shop promotes local artists, products, and books for unique gift giving options. Gift Certificates are also available.
Heritage Inventory – Your guide to the many varied historical resources in the Town of Peace River.
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