Sexsmith Museum

Synopsis & Main Exhibits

Located in downtown Sexsmith, all five of our museum buildings, are available for your perusal.  Our oldest building, the Blacksmith shop, is our main attraction.  Celebrating 100 years in 2016, our blacksmith shop has a volunteer blacksmith attend on Sexsmith’s Chautauqua Day.  The Pazkowski House is an excellent example of a 1930’s home.  The N.A.R. Railway Station was built in 1928.  Inside the station we have exhibits from our local geologist, George Robinson.  The Anglican Church was recently donated to our museum.  Anderson Hall holds the lion’s share of our exhibits (which total +20,000).  When attending our museum please pick up a Brass Cap Walk pamphlet.  It details some other Sexsmith notable sites.  We do rent our spaces for wedding photos and photo opportunities.



We do sell merchandise and our biggest seller “Wagon Trails Grown Over” a history of Sexsmith and area.  Many other books, apparel and small items.  We even have a life-size-cutout so you can take fun photos!



Want to be part of our society? Operational since 1987

Join us 3rd Thursday of the month 7:30pm Anderson Hall

No meetings July, August or December



Wheel Chair accessible (except Pazkowski House and possibly barn)




Located 20km north of Grande Prairie.
Hours of Operation
Open long weekend of May to long weekend of September
Tuesday to Saturday 10-6, Sunday 10-4 Closed Mondays, Holidays 10-4
Tours by Appointment: Marie 780-568-4739 or Jean 780-568-3894

Free - donation appreciated