Description provided by Editors
Permanent exhibit From Coal to Community presents Canmore as a First Nations way station, part of the Canadian Pacific Railway expansion, coal mining town, venue to study geological history, and modern community that attracts international visitors.
Temporary exhibit Lime in the Bow Valley interprets a century of limestone quarries and the industrial production of lime east of Canmore.
Shop: history and geology books, rocks, fossils, educational toys, archival reproductions and local art.
Mon-Fri noon-4:30 pm, Sat-Sun 11 am-4:30 pm. May-Aug: Mon-Tue, noon-5 pm; Wed-Sun, 10 am-5 pm. $7, sr/stu $5, -13 free, family $15.