Lac La Biche Museum
Open June 14th
Call 780-623-1727 or email
for more information!
Events & Exhibits Things to look forward to!
Indigenous Heritage Exhibit
Indigenous Footwear: Reflections of Culture in Wearable Art
Women in Canada: Canada's Great Women & The History of Women's Rights
Thank You to Our Donors!
A Special Thanks! From the Lac La Biche Museum
The Lac La Biche Museum would like to thank the Alberta Museums Association (AMA) for supporting our museum with an Operational Staffing Grant in 2020. AMA Operational Staffing Grants are designed to assist museums to build capacity by providing funding for the wages of core staff, which supports our museum in our efforts to preserve important historical artifacts from the region and to foster understanding, awareness, and appreciation for the region’s special and unique natural, historical and cultural history.
Explore Lac La Biche’s History
Stop by the Lac La Biche Museum to explore the rich history of our region. Explore the Boreal Forest, imagine life as a voyageur, envision travelling by train to stay at the luxurious Lac La Biche Inn, and take in the sights and sounds of our mid-century kitchen.
Are you a return visitor? In addition to our permanent exhibits, you will likely see something new in our temporary display areas.
Come by and see what’s new! There is no admission fee although donations are welcomed.
Who We Are
Lakeland Interpretive Society has been overseeing operations for the Lac La Biche Museum since 2014. As an Accredited Recognized Museum through the Alberta Museums Association, our vision has been to establish a unique facility for discovery, participation, and appreciation of Lac La Biche County Heritage. The Lac La Biche Museum features numerous exhibits where visitors can explore Lac La Biche’s natural, historical, and cultural history. We also house a treasure trove of donated photos, maps, and documents from Lac La Biche County in our Archives
You can call us by phone or email us directly.
9910-101 Ave – Main Street
Lac La Biche, AB
We would like to acknowledge that we are on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaties 6 and 8, which are also homelands to Métis People and we are grateful to them for sharing the land with us.
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