From Arrowheads / To Anvils
Nose Creek Valley Museum represents over 2,000 years of local history, providing an interesting glimpse into the historical aspects of Airdrie, Nose Creek, and surrounding areas.
*Important information regarding COVID safety measures*
While Nose Creek Valley Museum has different revenue streams, meeting room rentals have been one of our best and most appreciated streams. We have not been able to rent our rooms with any sort of regularity since March 2020, which has resulted in a noticeable loss of revenue, and will be felt for a long while. With hope towards our continued existence, Nose Creek Valley Museum has decided to opt into the Alberta Government’s Restrictions Exemptions Program (REP).
Visitors to the gallery must provide one of the following, along with government identification:
• Proof of vaccination
• Proof of a privately paid negative test taken within 72 hours
• Documentation of a medical exemption
If a person or group is interested in renting a meeting room, please email email@example.com to discuss how your event can be successfully held, within the new guidelines.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
We are open!
Our current hours are:
Monday - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday - 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday - Closed
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - 1:00 - 4:00pm
*Hours are subject to change. Closed on Holidays.
1701 Main Street S.W.
Airdrie AB Canada T4B 1C5
Admission is by Donation
The first general store in Airdrie was built around 1901. The store and post office were on the ground floor, and the owner’s living quarters were upstairs.
Making / History
I love this place. There’s so much history that Airdrie residents aren’t aware of and the museum strives to avail us of such knowledge. Some great sections for students to learn from and for adults to appreciate. They also have meeting rooms for rent.