One of only 5 of it’s kind built in all of Canada, the CN Station Museum in Radville highlights an important chapter of the town’s history. The station was built in 1912, and served Radville until the late 1970’s. It was saved from demolition by a concerned group of Radville’s citizens, and was designated a Municipal Heritage Property in 1984.
The main floor of the museum features railway artifacts to recreate how it would have looked during its heyday. The upstairs features household artifacts to recreate the living accommodations which were usually occupied by the Station Agent.
The museum is also used as a venue for various events throughout the year, the largest being Heritage Days in the fall. This annual event features a parade, kiddie games, beer gardens, show n’ shine, soap box derby, canteen and community supper, and much more.