Fort Ostell Museum
The Museum is open from the Victoria Day long weekend until the Labor Day long weekend in September.
Monday - Friday 10am to 5pm
Adults $3.00 Children $1.00
Mission Statement: The Fort Ostell Museum Society is a non-profit organization that collects, conserves, researches and exhibits the unique story of Ponoka's history, including the early natives, Fort Ostell, experiences of the settlers and the care of the mentally ill in Alberta.
Welcome to the Fort Ostell Museum.
Here you will find information about our programs, events, and the museum in general.
The museum is home to over 10000 artifacts, it can also serve as a place for meetings, gatherings, special events, group tours and traveling exhibits. In the past it has hosted events such as the Senior's Tea, Pie In Centennial Park and A Tribute To the Welsh.
Museum closes for summer on Labor Day and runs on Winter Hours which are Tuesday to Thursday 1 to 4 p.m. and special tours by appointment.
Our annual Heritage Weekend event will be on Saturday, July 30th. It will be a High Tea celebrating our new display “Once Upon A Bride” and honoring the War Brides of our area. The tea will be held from 2 to 4 at a cost of $10.00. Another special day is Friday, August 26th for Ponoka Day in the Park.
Stay tuned for more events
Links to other Museums
Westlock Pioneer Museum