Heritage Acres Farm Museum

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Heritage Acres Farm Museum
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Location Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9, Alberta, Canada
Type open-air, living history, Farm history, tractor and farm machinery.
Website Heritage Acres Farm Museum

The Heritage Acres Farm Museum is an open-air museum that uses costumed historical interpreters to recreate pioneer settlements in central Alberta, Canada. In particular it shows the lives of settlers from the early Pioneer days up to the 1960s. Buildings from surrounding communities have been moved to the historic site and restored to various years within the twentieth century including a historic prairie grain elevator and many different forms of farm machinery and equipment from the 1900s to 1960s. As well the Crystal Village a miniature village of various buildings made completely from telephone insulators made by a local rancher.

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