Rutherford House Provincial Historic Site
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11153 Saskatchewan Dr NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 2S1

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Lesser-known historic Edmonton museums

Lesser-known historic Edmonton museums

As the former house of Alberta’s first premier, Alexander Rutherford, this restored brick mansion provides a glimpse of what life was like for an Commented [SB2]: Put in request July 28 Commented [S3]: The address of the museum isn’t clearly stated on their website or Google. influential politician during the early 1900s. A costumed interpreter will provide historical stories as you tour through the Edwardian home.

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Living history: Edmonton museums worth visiting

Living history: Edmonton museums worth visiting

Rutherford House was originally the home of Alberta’s first premier, Alexander Rutherford – he moved into it with his family in 1911. Located in Garneau, near the University of Alberta campus, this brick mansion has a rich history, including once being a home to the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. This provincial historic site is now operated as a partnership between Alberta Culture and the Friends of the Rutherford House Society. Visitors can see a glimpse of Alberta’s past in this fully restored Edwardian home, which features costumed interpreters.

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Family Day weekend activities in Edmonton

Family Day weekend activities in Edmonton

Family Day is a great opportunity to teach your kids about Alberta’s history and what life was like before modern conveniences became common. On Monday, February 15, Rutherford House, home of Alberta’s first premier, Alexander Rutherford, will offer free admission. Check out this historic home, which the Rutherford family moved into in 1911. There will be family activities and old-fashioned crafts, plus goodies baked in the home’s historic kitchen. The building will be open from noon till 4 p.m.

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