Museums & Heritage Sites

Local Museums & Heritage Sites

Lac La Biche Mission National Historic Site

67453 Mission Road | Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily from May long weekend to end of August. Closed Mondays.


The Lac La Biche Mission was an important landmark of the fur trade era and the colonial age that followed. Take a guided tour of this picturesque National Historic Site, complete with heritage buildings and informative exhibits.


780-623-3274 |

Lac La Biche Museum

9910 101 Avenue, Lac La Biche | May to August: Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily | September to AprilOpen 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday


Immerse yourself in the backstory of Lac La Biche Region, from prehistory to modern times at the Lac La Biche Museum. Discover the people and events that shaped our community, like explorer David Thompson and the voyageurs, meet the wildlife of the boreal forest and take an up-close look at unique local treasures that have stories all their own. 


780-623-1727 /

Mini Parc Héritage Park

Mini Parc Héritage Park

101 Avenue, Plamondon


You’ve heard of strolling down memory lane. It’s a literal thing to do in this quaint park, filled with miniature replicas of Plamondon’s early buildings and homesteads that invite you to take a nostalgic walk through history at this heritage site. 


Call 780-798-3478 or visit the Festival Centre to request access.

Plamondon District Museum

Plamondon District Museum

98 Avenue, Plamondon | Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday during summer


Artifacts on display at Plamondon District Museum range from 20 years old to 20 million years old! The museum also hosts local Indigenous artifacts and Indigenous genealogy records from 1810 to 2008, as well as pioneer family genealogies dating from 1908.



Portage College Museum of Aboriginal Peoples’ Art & Artifacts

Portage College Museum of Aboriginal Peoples’ Art & Artifacts

9531 94 Avenue, Lac La Biche (inside Portage College) | Open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


Portage College Museum of Aboriginal Peoples' Art & Artifacts is home to over 2,000 traditional and contemporary Indigenous art pieces, including the world’s only permanent collection of works by Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.


Take a self-guided exploration of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit art displays, or call ahead to arrange an in-depth guided tour. Alternatively, join a workshop to craft your very own souvenir or purchase a one-of-a-kind masterpiece from the gallery store.


780-623-6693 |