Sir Alexander Galt Museum


Sir Alexander Galt is known as the father of Confederation and was responsible for naming Lethbridge where the museum archiving Alberta's history is located. The Galt boasts over 3,000 programs to date, 16 current exhibits, over 17,000 artifacts, and collections of 300,000 documents and photos for visitors, students, and locals alike. Check the museum's website for seasonal hours and admission fees. A gift shop and annual passes are available.


502 1st St. S.
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P6


49.69260800, -112.84591400
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(866) 320-3898

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