The La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village has been managed by the La Crete Agricultural Society since 1991. The museum village contains 17 local heritage buildings, a 1910 Case steam engine, the former Tompkins Landing, farm equipment, and many other artifacts.
Every year on the first Saturday of September we have our Pioneer Day event with a community pancake breakfast, parade, kids activities, cultural food, and equipment demonstrations.
It is the mission of the La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village to preserve and interpret the history and culture of the La Crete area and the origins and history of the Mennonite settlers that made Northern Alberta home.
-Guided museum tours
-Optional presentation of Mennonite and La Crete History
-Mennonite Genealogy research via the GRANDMA database
-History book library
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM-4:30 PM
The La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village is located 2.5 km southwest of the town of La Crete.
La Crete Mennonite Heritage Village
La Crete, AB