• Signature Experiences

The Lacombe Museum is dedicated to showcasing the rich history and culture of our region and community through immersive, hands-on learning encounters. Our Signature Experiences invite visitors to engage with the captivating history of Central Alberta in an interactive manner, offering exceptional opportunities to connect with the heritage of the region.

Annual Harvest Dinner

Set against the iconic backdrop of the Flatiron Building, the Annual Harveset Dinner takes place each year in August. This event provide visitors and residents an opportunity to get connected to local agriculture and sample the amazing products that Lacombe County and the surrounding area have to offer. Tickets go on sale every spring, with early-bird and member-only discounts available.

The Long Table Dinner features locally sourced and produced food prepared by our local renowned chefs with amazing locally sourced beverages. The dinner experience includes live music and entertainment and presentations from the chef on the elements of the meal and the local farms the food is sourced from, all while situated in the heart of downtown Lacombe for a truly unique dining experience.

Email for more details or to reserve your tickets: info@lacombemuseum.com


Annual Hammer-In Festival

Immerse yourself in a bygone era of skill and artistry at the historic Lacombe Blacksmith Shop Museum.
Get ready to witness the grandeur of the province’s largest blacksmith gathering. In what is the largest Blacksmith Gathering in Western Canada, Master blacksmiths from all over converge in Lacombe annually to showcase their talents and craft mesmerizing pieces. You’ll have the chance to explore the process, engage with artisans, and so much more. Whether you’re an enthusiast of history, art, or simply looking for a unique day out, the Lacombe Hammer-In Festival has something for everyone. Make sure to mark your calendar and be a part of this unforgettable celebration of heritage, tradition, and community. See you there!

Email for more details or to sign up: info@lacombemuseum.com