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Adventure into Alberta's Past

Located in the Coleman National Historic Site of Canada, the Crowsnest Museum explores daily life in the Crowsnest Pass, celebrating both the triumph and tragedy of the area.  Visitors are encouraged to discover the unique industrial history, exciting criminal ties, and memorable events of the Pass and its people.


Mountains of Stories

Explore the Scene of the Crime

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A short walk from the museum, guests can visit the Alberta Provincial Police Barracks - the place where Constable Stephen Lawson lived, worked, and was killed.  Journey through Alberta's prohibition history and decide for yourself "who done it" at the scene of Canada's most infamous rum-running murder.

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