Fort Macleod, Alberta, Canada: Mountie Museum

Learn all about how, since 1874, the Mounties have fought the whiskey trade and horse-stealing, and made friends with the Indians, in Canada's wild west.

Museum of the North West Mounted Police

219 25th St., Fort Macleod, AB, Canada
Part of the Old Ford complex on the northwest side of Fort MacLeod. On north side of 25th St. (also known as Hwy 2 and 3 and Jerry Potts Blvd) just west of 3rd Ave./Archie Maclean Ave. Plenty of parking on south side of street.
Daily 9-5 May-Nov. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Mountie Museum

The Fort in Fort MacLeod is now a museum about the North West Mounted Police.

[G Kennedy, 07/06/2018]

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