Sunnybrook Farm Museum
A farm like Grandma and Grandpa's!
Farm Museum celebrates the early days of Alberta farming. Find
your rural roots as you explore Red Deer's oldest farm! Imagine
the lives of pioneer farm families - working in the field, milking
the family cow in the dairy barn, repairing a plow in the blacksmith
shop, or baking bread in the summer kitchen.
Join us as we travel back in time. Chat with "men at work" in
the restoration shop. Experience the modern conveniences - of
1905 - on a visit to the log house. Try your hand at feeding chickens
and enjoy a wagon ride, special event of demonstration of lovingly
restored farming equipment (seasonal).
Click here to meet some of our farm animals!
- ** DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK THE MUSEUM IS CLOSED TO ALL VISITORS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Summer: May 1 - August 30: Open Seven Days a Week: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Off Season: The Museum office and workshops are open most days Monday to Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm. Exhibits are by appointment only. Please call in advance of your vist to make sure someone will be able to provide access. Unfortunately our animal exhibition is not available during the winter.
to find us: 2879 Botterill Crescent, Red Deer, AB, T4R 2E5
- VISION:A place where people experience and learn about the early history of rural life in Central Alberta.
- MISSION:To promote learning about rural life in Central Alberta, 1880 – 1950s, through preservation, interpretation and a living farm community.
- CORE VALUES:
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