The Cold Lake Museum is a group of museums located on the old site of 42 Radar Squadron, an early detection facility used during the Cold War. Separate buildings offer visitors a multi-theme experience.
The Aboriginal Gallery showcases artifacts from the Dene Suline and Cree Nations that lived along the shores of Cold Lake. The pre World War period including fur trapping, logging, fishing and farming are represented in the the Heritage Gallery.
Discover some unique technology that was developed specifically for the Cold Lake are in the Oil & Gas Interpretive Centre.
In the Air Force Museum, details are revealed about 4 Wing's Operating and Support Units. An outside display features army trucks and aircraft, including a Musketeer.
Open Wednesday thru Sunday, 10-4pm
(May to Labour Day Long Weekends).
Guided tours by appointment.
Bus & RV Parking.
Phone (780) 594-3546 or (800) 840-6140