Lac La Biche Museum &
Visitor Information Centre
Open 9 am – 5 pm
7 Days a Week
15 person capacity
Call 780-623-1727 for more information
Events & Exhibits
Things to look forward to!
Indigenous Heritage Exhibit
Threading Through History: Textile Working from the Past to the Present
A Special Thanks! From the Lac La Biche Museum
The Lac La Biche Museum launched our Pop-Up Museum this May. This exciting new project took artifacts and information about the fur trade, with a special focus on the Métis of Lac La Biche, to local schools, senior centres, and the Bold Centre. Our pop-up museum has finished its tour for the summer, but we will be offering a new pop-up museum exhibit next spring/summer which will continue to explore the history of the Lac La Biche region. If you are a school or organization located in the Lac La Biche Region who would like to host the pop-up museum in 2020, please contact the Lac La Biche Museum and we would be happy to add you to our tour.
We would like to thank the Alberta Museums Association for sponsoring this project and to everyone who participated.
Explore Lac La Biche’s History
Stop by the Lac La Biche Museum & Visitor Information Centre 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 LacLa 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 & Visitor Information Centre 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
In 2016, we also became the Visitor Information Centre for the Lac La Biche region. Shortly after, we obtained our Alberta Visitor Information Providers Accreditation. We continue to strive to enhance tourist experiences with our knowledgeable staff providing information about provincial amenities and local amenities, events, and attractions.
You can call us by phone or email us directly.
9910-101 Ave – Main Street
Lac La Biche, AB
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