My Trip Itinerary
The Norwegian Laft Hus is a museum but it’s also a look into an alternate timeline. Built for what would have been an international village, the Laft Hus Museum now stands as a cute little log house in the heart of Red Deer, an institution dedicated to the preservation and study of Norwegian-Canadian culture and life.
Found alongside the Scandinavian Trail, historic Markerville ranks high as an Albertan cultural landmark. It boasts highlights such as the Markerville Community Campground, the Boy Scout Museum, the Berry
The Red Deer Arts Council serves a vital part of the city’s art community, both providing life and support to its artists and artisans and arts organizations. Whether it includes staging exhibits at the Kiwanis Gallery, funding scholarships to local high school or college students or an emerging artist award or providing advocacy, the Arts Council has proven itself dedicated to promoting the performing, literary and visual arts in Red Deer.
Stephansson’s home is a snapshot in time: 1927 to be precise. With costumed interpreters helping bring this story to life, you’ll find beautiful original furnishings, wood burning stove, newspaper wallpaper, serene landscape, the smell of baking, and of course, the poetry of Stephansson himself.
The Danish Canadian Museum is located just south of the hamlet of Dickson, in a building that originally served as a dormitory for students attending high school in Dickson. Explore and experience the stories of Danish immigration to Canada, the Danish immigrant experience, and the contributions Danes have made to Canadian culture from Viking times through to the modern era.
Make the Red Deer Museum Art Gallery (MAG) your next stop when exploring Red Deer! Whether you create your own masterpiece through one of our art programs, take in a world class touring exhibit, or learn how truly remarkable Red Deer is through our history exhibit, we are not only telling our story, we want to help you write yours!