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Group Arrangements

Reynolds-Alberta Museum

(Admission rates are guaranteed until September 30, 2002. Program is subject to change.)

This spectacular museum interprets an outstanding collection of more than 350 vehicles, 60 vintage aircraft, 600 pieces of agricultural equipment and many industrial machines, from the 1890s to the 1970s. We tell our stories through: self-guided or interpreter-led tours of the main exhibition hall, aviation hangar and warehouse, hands-on programs, audio-visual presentations, artifact demonstrations, an award-winning reference centre, restoration and conservation shops, and special events. From May to September, visitors can enjoy free vintage vehicle and midway rides. Open cockpit biplane rides are offered on weekends (weather permitting) at a cost of $75.00 for two people. The museum is also home to Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame.

Located: 45 km (28 miles) south east of Edmonton and 230 km (144 miles)
north east of Calgary, accessed via Highway 2 and 2A,
two km (1mile) west of Wetaskiwin on Highway 13.
The site is 30 minutes south east of the Edmonton International Airport.
Open: Daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., extended summer hours
Closed Mondays September through May,
open statutory holiday Mondays
Closed December 24 and 25, and January 1. Open Good Friday.
Admission: Families:$15.00 (two adults and children up to 17 years old)
Adults:$ 6.50
Seniors:$ 5.50
Children:$ 3.00 (7-17; 6 and under are free)
Seasonal*: Families:$20.00(two adults and children up to 17 years old)
Adults:$ 9.00
Seniors:$ 7.00
Children:$ 5.00(7-17; 6 and under are free)

*Seasonal pricing from May long weekend to September long weekend. All prices include the Canadian Federal Government Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Group Admission Discounts: 15 - 30 people:20% discount
31 - 60 people:25% discount
61 and more people:30% discount

Please provide a fourteen-day cancellation notice. Bus drivers and tour escorts receive free admission. Tour escorts provided with office space/telephone upon request.
Payment Options: Cash, Interac, cheques, Visa and MasterCard, direct billing
Parking: Ample bus parking and turning area
Length of Visit: One to three hours
Welcome: Personal welcome/orientation. A multi-image show "Changing Gears" can be included and is shown in our 120-seat theatre. The show traces the impact of technological change on Albertans, and on one prairie family in particular. (allow 30 min)
Guided Tours: Gallery Tours, Warehouse Tours, Aviation Hangar Tours,
Restoration Shop Tours (one hour each)
$50.00 per tour, maximum 30 people per tour
Pre-booking required, cancellation notice of five working days
Food Services: The Blacktop Diner seats 120 people and
offers full meals and light refreshments.
Catered meals/snacks can be arranged during the day and after hours.
Gift Shop: Specializes in museum theme-related books, collectibles and toys.


Group Bookings Coordinator
In Alberta, call 310-0000 and enter 361-1371;
out of province call 1-800-661-4726.
Deaf or hearing impaired 780-427-9999 or 1-800-232-7215
Fax: 780-361-1239
E-Mail: leanne.wright@gov.ab.ca

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