Synopsis & Main Exhibits
The Kinosayo Museum, located 1 kilometer south of Kinuso, provides visitors with an inviting glimpse into what life was like in the days of pioneerism and allows visitors to experience the beauty of Northern Alberta’s wildlife.
The Kinosayo museum has a variety of displays that depict several aspects of life in the days of pioneerism. The Kinosayo Museum was founded in 1983 and is run by a volunteer board; people in the local area have donated the majority of the collection. For those interested in wildlife, the Kinosayo Museum has one of the most developed wildlife exhibits in Northern Alberta. The Kinosayo Museum does not charge an entrance fee to view the museum; however, donations are greatly appreciated. We hope to make your visit a memorable one.
Kinuso is approximately 50 km west of Slave Lake and is directly off highway two. Kinuso is half-way along the south shore of the Lesser Slave Lake. Watch for signs along Highway 2.
All public areas are wheelchair accessible.
During regular season:
May 1st to September long weekend
7 days a week
10 am to 4 pm