The Historical Museum is located in the “Central Fire Hall,” a municipal heritage building built in 1912, located on the North Saskatchewan River.
This building houses our office, archive, volunteer activities area, exhibits and artifact storage.
The building served the city as its fire hall for 63 years until 1975 when the Society was asked by the Prince Albert City Council to convert the building to a museum.
10 River Street East
Prince Albert, SK, S6V 8A9
Summer hours:This museum is now closed for the summer season and will reopen on May 24, 2016
Winter hours: A curator or volunteer is usually available to assist you. Please phone 306 764 2992 to avoid disappointment for your visit to this museum.