Beiseker Station Museum, 700, 1st Avenue, Beiseker, Alberta 403-947-3774
The Beiseker Station Museum is located in the CPR Train Station at the west end of main street and provides a window into lives of the early settlers of the area. This museum was established on December 21, 1984, after many hours of labour by local volunteers. The majority of the artifacts in the museum were donated by local residents, thus making it a truly authentic local museum.
The museum is also home to a CPR caboose, donated to the museum in October of 1997, and to the new Sod House created in July, 2006.
Visitors can come to the museum year round during Village Office hours. However, a curator is available to give tours during July and August.