The Donalda & District Museum
The Donalda & District Museum is dedicated to the purpose of preservation, conservation, interpretation and exhibition of objects of educational and cultural value.
The Donalda and District Museum displays a variety of historical collections and buildings that preserves the history of the area for future generations. The historical collections include:
- Lamp collection – over 1,100 lamps, dating from the 1600s to 1960.
- Whitford collection – Métis artifacts from the early 20th century.
- Local history collection – 4,000 artifacts depicting the history of the Donalda area and its residents.
The Donalda & District Museum Society manages an historic Creamery (1955), an Imperial Bank of Canada building (1928) and a Canadian Northern Railway station (1909). The Donalda & District Museum continues to add to its collections to help preserve our culture and history. A trip to the Donalda & District Museum is a chance to experience the life and times of a small rural community.