Historic Dunvegan

About Us

Alberta is steeped in history of Indigenous Peoples, the fur trade and missionaries. Historic Dunvegan, a provincially and nationally designated historic resource, is nestled in the stunning Peace River valley and brings their stories to life.

Four original, authentically-restored and furnished buildings are still located in the same places they were over 100 years ago, and historic interpreters are waiting to share the stories that helped shape the province we know today.

After an introduction in the Visitor Centre, you can immerse yourself in discovering what life in the Peace Country was like over a hundred years ago:
• Learn about the goods traded in the Revillon Frères trading store – you might recognize a few familiar brands still around today
• Discover the hardships and devotion of the Oblate priests at the St. Charles Catholic mission, and see original paintings by Father Emile Grouard
• Stand in the living room of the Hudson’s Bay Company Factor’s house, and imagine the man in charge of Fort Dunvegan and his wife entertaining guests during an evening dance
• Gaze out at teepees in the distant field, historically set up by the local Dunne-za people coming to trade and celebrate

The Visitor Centre is open every summer. Tours are offered during this time and can be personally adjusted depending on your interests and time you have to spend. If you prefer to go at your own pace, interpretive panels throughout the site help facilitate self-guided exploration.
Special events take place throughout the summer, offering a variety of activities for all ages. Historic Dunvegan also offers several on and off-site education programs and presentations. Please contact us for more details.


Hours of Operation
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily
From May 15 to Labour Day

Contact Info
780-835-7150 (May-September)
780-835-7206 (October-April)
Email: historic.dunvegan@gov.ab.ca
Website: www.historicdunvegan.org
Find us on Facebook! : www.facebook.com/HistoricDunvegan

Geographical Location
GPS – N55° 55.373 W 118° 35.878
Located 26 km south of Fairview on Highway 2, at the north end of the Dunvegan Bridge

Admission Fees
Daily Admission
Adult (18-64) - $5.00
Senior (65+) - $4.00
Youth (7-17) - $2.00
Family - $14.00
Child (0-6) – FREE