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WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE SEASON. WE WILL BE RE-OPENING MID-MAY 2020

COME AND EXPLORE OUR WESTERN HISTORY WITH A GUIDED TOUR OF COYOTE FLATS!

Our Ice Cream shop is open for business – Come down for a scoop or two ūüôā

For general information about the museum, upcoming events or to book a group tour, please contact at (403) 732-5451.  For after hours site access, please contact Loretta at (403) 732- 4374.

Southern Alberta has a rich history, filled with inventors, collectors, pioneers, bootleggers and more. This collection of history does not simply include pictures and the items used during those times. Coyote Flats Pioneer Village is ¬†an assembly¬†of buildings used by the people who shaped our history. Through the collection of buildings, artifacts and stories, the history of the region’s early settlers lives on¬†. Walk the streets¬†and experience¬†the history written about in books and witness the activities that kept our ancestors busy throughout their days.

The Coyote Flats Pioneer Village also has a very large¬†collection of tractors spanning the entire history of Alberta’s agricultural development. This industry is the foundation to Alberta’s success as a province. See the very tractors that plowed the fields and cultivated today’s¬†thriving industry.

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a few of the many restored tractors

Above are a few of the many restored tractors on site.

Our guides have an extensive knowledge of the history of our province and will share many stories with you. Coyote Flats Pioneer Village is an exciting experience unlike anything you will find anywhere.

Welcome to our Village!

Operated by the:

Prairie Tractor and Engine Museum Society

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