The Gasoline Alley Museum is a fun place to go in Calgary if you love automobiles. They have one of the largest public collections of antique vehicles. They also have a huge collection of oil and gas artefacts from the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
If you enjoy the older street scene, this is the place to find it again. Along with the regular cars, you will find some of the coolest whiskey runners and plenty of other great artefacts to enjoy.
The ambiance at the museum is very nostalgic. You will be captivated by all the vintage artefacts and vehicles, along with so much more. The upper Mezzanine level provides a place you can rent for an event, as well. The events can run up to 1,000 people and can include a buffet dinner or a plated dinner.
The Heritage Park Historical Village
The Gasoline Alley Museum is a part of the Heritage Park Historical Village. When you visit the museum, you can enjoy plenty of other great exhibits and attractions found nearby in the park. There are all kinds of things to see here.
The Gasoline Alley Museum is found in the Town Square of the village. It's just outside the Historical Village gates. Some of the many things you will discover at the museum include:
- Antique Gasoline Signs
- Antique Oil Signs
- Old Gas Pumps
- Antique Vehicles
- Retro Drive-in Movie Exhibition
- Daily Crafts
- And More!
You can enjoy plenty of stories about the old days of whiskey runners and much more.
Location and Hours
The Gasoline Alley Museum is found at 1900 Heritage Drive SW. They are open year-round from 9:30am to 4pm every single day. Admission to the museum is included when you pay for admission to Heritage Park. If you're looking for something fun to enjoy, bring the family and take in some of the history of the automobile.
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