Flatiron Building Museum - Historic Places Days

Flatiron Building Museum

Lacombe, Alberta
5005 50 Avenue, Lacombe, AB, Canada
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Tuesday - Thursday: 10:00-4:00 Frida-Saturday: 12:00-7:00 Sunday: 10:00-4:00


The Flatiron Building Museum opened in 1904 as the Merchant’s Bank of Canada. The tall, brick bulding built in Edwardian style survived many of the fires that plagued downtown Lacombe in its early years. As of Autumn 2021 the building became a part of the Lacombe Museum family. The main floor of the building hosts a schedule of temporary exhibits curated by the Lacombe Museum, or those loaned from other institutions, as well as our museum gift shop.


  • Family-Friendly
  • Guided Tour
  • Parking
  • Washrooms


5005 50 Avenue, Lacombe, AB, Canada
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