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.
We will be closing the museum to the public until further notice.
While the amount of cases of COVID-19 in Calgary remains relatively low, and even fewer in Airdrie, we believe this is the right step to take to help promote social distancing and assist in slowing down the transmission of the virus.
To our regular weekly and monthly renters, as well as any individual or one-time organization or group; rental of our meeting rooms has been suspended until further notice. We will work with you to refund your rental fee and damage deposit.
We appreciate each and every one of our meeting room renters and visitors of the Nose Creek Valley Museum. Together we can ‘flatten the curve’.
Any questions or concerns can be emailed to email@example.com.
Monday - Friday
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
1701 Main Street S.W.
Airdrie AB Canada T4B 1C5
Admission $5 /adult, 12 years old & under FREE
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.