About Us

Heritage North Museum acknowledges and respects that our facility is located on Treaty Five, the traditional Territory of Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation and the traditional homeland of the Metis people. 

Heritage North Museum consists of two log structures and an open-air blacksmith shop. See mounted animals native to the area, a boreal forest diorama with authentic caribou hide tipi, First Nations and fur trade artifacts, fossils, a woolly mammoth tusk, traveling exhibits and Inco and mining related artifacts. Blacksmith demonstrations occur periodically throughout the summer. The museum also houses an Institutional Archives and a Visitor Information Booth.


  • Adults: $10.00
  • Seniors: $6.00
  • Students: $6.00

  • Children 5 and under: FREE


  • Individual (Adult) $30
  • Individual (Senior) $20
  • Individual (Youth ages 6-12) $20
  • Couple (Adult) $55
  • Couple (Senior) $35
  • Family (small, 4 or less members) $60
  • Family (large, 5 or more members) $75
  • Corporate $200
  • Schools/Child based organizations $200


  • Picnic area on site
  • Free parking
  • Self-guided tours available
  • Starting point of the Spirit Way path