Lacombe Museum Field Trips

The Lacombe Museum welcomes school groups to our heritage sites in May and June each year! Book your school trip today! 

2024 Update

Hello Educators! Throughout 2024 the Lacombe Museum will only be offering our Downtown Walking Tours for group bookings. Our Curriculum Programs will be on pause this year in order to give us the necessary time and resources to create programming that best fits in our newly reimagined Michener House Museum. Groups are welcome to visit our heritage sites, to visit Edwardian Era in the West, and to visit the newly opened Michener House, but please note that programming will not be available this season.

Which Field Trip is Right For My Group?

Groups can attend a Curriculum Program, a Historic Lacombe Tour, or both!

Historic Downtown Tours Available:

Explore phase one and two of the historic murals located in Lacombe’s Downtown core while learning the stories behind the murals and comparing them to the archival photos that they are based off of.

Your tour guide will walk you through Lacombe’s historic downtown to explore the histories and origins of some of Lacombe’s oldest buildings.

This tour is not suited for students under 12.

A tour guide will take your group through Lacombe’s downtown core and share some of the exciting, and scandalous, stories from our community’s past.

Please note topics covered in this tour include: epidemics, Residential Schools, true crime, and racism.

This tour has an expanded route that includes stops at St. Andrew’s United Church and the Lest We Forget Memorial Garden.

For more information, please contact the office directly at [email protected] or (403) 782-3933.

Please note bookings are on a first-come-first-serve basis and only confirmed once you receive an official confirmation email from the Lacombe Museums.

Please familiarize your students with our Group Booking Guidelines for Schools prior to your visit!

Exploration Kits – Museum from Home

Our Exploration Kits are ideal for small learning groups (1-6 youth) and span a variety of topics and difficulties, bringing unique Museum resources to you in the safety of your own home.