The Galloway Station Museum & Travel Centre
History, Live It!
Galloway Station Museum and Travel Centre is located in the heart of Edson, Alberta.
Set in the beautiful RCMP Centennial Park, the Galloway Station Museum & Travel Centre is a jewel on the necklace of the Yellowhead Trail.
We welcome locals and visitors to celebrate our history and embrace the mud and muskeg that was our home and offer a glimpse of the hardships of early settlers who had to battle extreme elements often on a daily basis.
We tell stories of those who shaped this raw, rough land into thriving, modern communities.
The Galloway Station Museum will take you back to the early days of the Coal Branch, chronicling the lives of miners from all around the world who risked life and limb to provide for their families.
We help people link past to the present - touting not only geographical attractions of the area, but also historical high points that enrich the experiences, and the lives, of locals and travelers.
The Galloway Station Museum & Travel Centre is an accredited Alberta Visitor Information Provider with up-to-the-minute travel information, free WiFi, handicap accessible public washrooms, a computer kiosk, free travel brochures and advice from our well-trained staff.
FOOD & DRINK
The Town of Edson is home to many fine establishments to sate your appetite and slake your thirst, including Apex Predator Brewing and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Distillery.
Visit Here (page 25) for a full list of restaurants in the area.
223 - 55th Street
Edson, AB T7E 1L5
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday
9am to 5pm
Saturdays 10am to 5pm