The museum is now closed. We will be open for Sept 30 for National Truth and Reconciliation Day, 10am-4pm (Free admission)

Welcome to Cold Lake Museums

Cold Lake has a diverse history that has shaped the city’s identity. Come and see what Cold Lake was and what it has become at Cold Lake Museums.

On Sept 30th, National Truth and Reconciliation Day, we will be open from 10am to 4pm with free admission. As well, we will be accepting cash donations on that day for Kokum’s House. Once again this year, our gift shop will be open every Tuesday from Oct 3-Dec 19 from 11am-2pm.

Cold Lake Museums is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering a fun experience. We give an in-depth look into the deep and rich history of Cold Lake. Our museums provide a glimpse into what life was like in simpler but tougher times with amazing pictures in our well-kept galleries. 

Taking a tour at Cold Lake Museums will allow you and your whole family to learn history in an interesting way. 

Interested in visiting?

Plan ahead to maximize your enjoyment and to focus on the great exhibits at Cold Lake Museums.

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What is there to see?


Air Force Museum

Read about the 42-Radar Squadron and the 4-Wing Air Force Base.​


Oil and Gas Museum

Discover the incredible technology developed in the oil and gas industry.


Heritage Museum

Experience the lives of European settlers and immigrants in pre WWII Cold Lake.


Indigenous Museum

Learn about the long history of Indigenous life and culture in Cold Lake.

Treaty 6 Acknowledgement

The Cold Lake Museums respectfully acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 6 Territory, the traditional land of diverse Indigenous peoples including the ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ Nêhiyaw (Cree), Michif Piyii (Métis), and Denesųłiné peoples.