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Points of Historical Interest

Lac La Biche Mission Historical Site

“Established in 1853 – making it one of the oldest communities in Alberta – the Lac La Biche Mission is a National Historic Site located on the shores of picturesque Lac La Biche lake. This 45-acre site, including several restored historical buildings, numerous displays and an interpretive centre, offers visitors a link to the past through guided tours, all just a short drive away.”

Plamondon Museum & Mini Parc Heritage Park

“The hamlet of Plamondon is one of Alberta’s official bilingual settlements. Indigenous, French-Canadian, Russian Old Believer and other cultures have come together to create this unique corner of the region. Francophone pioneers settled in this beautiful valley in the early 1900s, learning to survive and prosper from local Metis families. Artifacts on display at Plamondon District Museum range from 20 years old to millions of years old! The museum also hosts local Indigenous artifacts and Indigenous genealogy records from 1810 to 2008, as well as pioneer family genealogies dating from 1908”

 Museum of Aboriginal Peoples’ Art and Artifacts


“The MOAPAA collections showcase foundational artists across different genres and tell the stories of the beginnings of various Indigenous art forms from coast to coast to coast. Visitors to the museum can enjoy a self-guided tour, and guided group tours can also be accommodated with prior arrangements. The exhibits provide an in-depth look at North American Indigenous Art from First Nations, Métis, and Inuit cultures and house the only permanent collection in the world of the Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.”

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