The Gladstone District Museum Inc, located at 49-6th Street, is a showcase of Gladstone's impressive prairie history.
The main floor holds many artifacts of our pioneers and a large replica of the town made by a local resident depicting the early settlement of Gladstone. Upstairs, visit the Royal Canadian Legion Room, the Masons display, Church display, and School display. Outside of the building, A CN caboose, the Boyd House (a fully furnished house from 1914) and the Signal Man's Shack are on display.
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Open Saturdays & Sundays in July & August
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Social distancing regulations apply
Admission Fee $4 / Children Under 12 are FREE
Membership cost $5 and you can visit anytime the museum is open!
More questions? Call: 204-385-2628