Girouxville Museum
Open Monday – Friday 9:30am – 4pm
5015 50 St, Girouxville T0H 1S0
(780) 323-4252

The museum opened its doors in 1969 displaying over 6,000 artifacts depicting the history of pioneers and missionaries settling in the Smoky River Region.  The collection includes natural history, transportation, communications, education, photography, fur trade, hunting and trapping and much, much more.  The Musée Girouxville Museum is often remembered for : the Five Legged Squirrel trapped east of Peace River and the Autobaggan –early model used in NWT weighing 1200 lbs and 12 ft in length purchased for $ 999.50.
Also on premises is our newest “Auto Building” housing a variety of antique machinery: 1954 fire truck, first fire extinguisher -1952, Studebaker Commander, first ambulance – Oldsmobile 98 (1974), wagons and much more on display for your viewing pleasure for every generation and sure to fascinate you.
Strong community spirit, tradition and friendly faces is what makes Girouxville an attractive place to visit.