The Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, interprets the impact of technological change in transportation, aviation, agriculture and industry from the 1890s to the present. Visitors will see a wide variety of vintage automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, trucks, stationary engines, tractors, agricultural implements, aircraft and industrial equipment.
The Reynolds-Alberta Museum opened in 1992 and is a project of Alberta Culture and Tourism and Alberta Infrastructure.
The museum is named after Mr. Stan Reynolds, a Wetaskiwin businessman and world-renowned collector who donated a core collection of 1500 artifacts to the Province of Alberta. Mr. Reynolds donated this core collection between 1982 and 1986, but also continued to donate artifacts regularly from his collections until his death in February of 2012.
A one-of-a-kind 1929 Duesenberg Phaeton Royale Model J?
A Bucyrus Class-24 dragline, built in 1917 and is the world’s oldest dragline?
1943 Douglas DC-3, the workhorse of the north
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Number of exhibited items
Cars & Automotive: 26-50
Planes & Helicopters: 101-200
Motorcycles & Bikes: 1-25
Items Exhibited at the Museum
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Getting to the Museum
Address: 6426 40 Ave, T9A 0N3, Wetaskiwin, Alberta (AB), Canada, North America
Coordinates: 52.96331, -113.420105
Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
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