The Raymond Pioneer Museum operates in Raymond’s historic town hall. It has nearly 13,000 square feet of display area and is operated by Raymond & District Historical Society volunteers year-round. The museum details the founding and development of Raymond. It details the Raymond involvement in the founding of Alberta’s sugar industry, being home of Canada’s first Stampede, Mormon settlement, Japanese settlement and Raymond’s proud sports history.
Raymond Pioneer Museum
- Cultural Heritage Centre
- 10 Broadway North, Raymond, Alberta, Canada
- (403) 752-4799
- Guided Tour
The Raymond Pioneer Museum is the Town of Raymond’s first Municipal Historic Resource. Before becoming a Museum it has housed the Town Offices, Library, Police and Fire Department.
10 Broadway North, Raymond, Alberta, Canada
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