Arts, culture, and heritage thrive in the Leduc Region. Enjoy local artisans,
explore museums, celebrate the performing arts, and more.
Located on the west edge of Beaumont, the Beaumont & District Agricultural Society owns over 3 million sq ft. of fairgrounds & community gardens. Experience top-notch equine facilities, rent the fairgrounds, put your green thumb to good use at the community gardens, or enjoy seasonal events held on-site. The society has also partnered with the Beaumont & District Heritage Society, and hosts two historic sites – Gobeil Heritage Barn & Magnan Heritage House.
24358 Township Rd 505
Leduc County, AB T4X 0S4
The Beaumont & District Heritage Society acts to preserve the history of Beaumont and area, enhancing educational, cultural, and recreational activities for residents & visitors alike. Experience Beaumont’s French heritage by visiting one of their restored historic sites – Gobeil Heritage Barn & Magnan Heritage House (at the Beaumont & District Agricultural Society Fairgrounds) or La Maison Historique St. Jacques Heritage House (at Parc Beacon Parc)
In 1947, oil was struck, and the Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Center was born. Today, we share that story, celebrating the lives of Albertan oilfield workers and the emergence of Canada’s energy sector. In the present day, Canada’s energy sector is undergoing dramatic change. Experience the Canadian Energy Museum, a proud symbol of Canada’s progress as an energy state.
50339 Hwy 60, Devon, AB, T9G 0B2
Experience a rustic, French-Canadian restaurant in the heart of Beaumont! Widely considered to be one of the best restaurants in Alberta (and beyond), Chartier was recently featured on Food Network Canada’s Big Food Bucket List! Dining here is one of the Leduc Region’s must-do activities.
5012 50 St #102, Beaumont, AB T4X 1E6
Experience Devon’s history! The Devon Historical Society incorporated in March of 2016, opening the doors of a historical museum dedicated to showcasing how Devon has grown over the years. With a noble goal of preserving and displaying Devon’s history, the museum features various displays of old photos, uniforms, sports equipment, and a rare silver collection. The best part? Free admission!
38 Athabasca Ave, Devon, AB T9G 1G2
Dr. Wood’s House Museum offers a charming glimpse into upper-middle-class life in the pioneer era. Experience the museum’s offerings, complete with educational programs, scheduled events, and a tea room available for rent.
4801 49 Ave, Leduc, AB, T9E 7G6
Experience the local talents of Devon! East of 60 Productions is a non-profit organization bringing community dinner theatre to Devon. Enjoy high-quality theatrical performances while indulging in a scrumptious prime rib dinner or a Sunday brunch.
***Please note – shows and performances are held at the Devon Community Center
1-5 Jasper Ct S, Devon, AB T9G 1G9
Enjoy fine art for music lovers. Experience a music-themed fine art gallery, where artist Chres Jensen uses the guitar as a thematic center to create interactive cubist works.
P.O. Box 490 Millet, AB, T0C 1Z0
Experience regional French heritage at this historic site in Beaumont! Originally built in 1912, the former home of the St. Jacques family has been restored by the Beaumont & District Heritage Society, and has since moved to Parc Beacon Park.
50 St & 32 Ave, Beaumont, AB T4X 1S6
The Leduc Arts Foundry delivers authentic artistic experiences to visitors & locals alike with the help of passionate, community-based artisans. Experience classes, workshops, drop-in sessions, and express your creative side at their new 4,000 sq foot arts collective space in the Leduc Recreation Center.
103, 4330 Black Gold Dr, Leduc, AB, T9E 3C3
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Leduc Farmers Market is dedicated to providing Leduc and surrounding area with locally produced goods and fostering a strong sense of community. Experience a great selection of vendors selling everything from fresh produce and meat, to candles and jewelry.
***Vendor list subject to change
4330 Black Gold Dr, Leduc, AB T9E 3C3
Built in 1978 and operational up until 2000, this is one of the last single composite wood crib elevators in Alberta. After receiving Registered Historic Site status in 2003, the Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator has been operating as a museum. Experiencing the Interpretive Centre is a Leduc Region must-see, seeing as the elevator is open for tours year round.
5209 47 St, Leduc, AB, T9E 7K7
This pioneer museum was established in 1992 on 80 acres of land west of Leduc. Experience the past with several replica buildings, including an authentic Black Smith Shop where the Western Canadian Blacksmith Guild used old methods and tools to create artifacts.
49541 Range Road 260, Leduc, AB, T9E 6L5
The preeminent performing arts facility serving the Leduc region. This intimate 450-seat theatre is the perfect place to host any event. Experience a variety of world and local stage live entertainment acts!
4308 50 St, Leduc, AB, T9E 6K8
The Old Red Barn opened in 2017 with a simple vision – for all consumers to trust and prefer Canadian made food products. Delight your taste-buds and experience one of their farm-to-table events, or select them as your venue of choice for your next celebratory event.
Leduc County, AB, T0B 3M1
Experience a destination gift, gallery and handmade market shop in the heart of Beaumont! Since opening in 2014, Painted Door on Main has been been inspiring & beautifying Beaumont’s downtown shopping district with high-quality, handmade treasures.
5013 50 St, Beaumont, AB T4X 1J9
RuminariLive Arts is a multi-purpose space that offers shows, classes, and venue rental services. Experience a creative community that stimulates & enhances art & culture in the Leduc Region through programming, galleries, and special events!
117-5305 Magasin Ave, Beaumont, AB T4X 1V8
Open year-round, the Cultural Village is located in the west end of William F. Lede Park in the area known as the ‘Brown Property.’ Experience the original farmhouse, a milking shed, fully landscaped gardens, and the historic Stone Barn – representing the original dairy barn that stood on the same site.
Insider tip: this location is considered to be one of Leduc Region’s most photogenic sites!
4613 44 St, Leduc, AB, T9E 4C4
Experience everything you need to have the perfect event — excellent facilities, amazing views, and great partners. Located only minutes from Beaumont, Tangled Roots features over 10 acres of outdoor space (surrounded by spruce trees and farmland), and a 5000 square ft. main venue of chic, industrial space — spacious & flexible enough to welcome both large & small gatherings.
50374 RR 244, Leduc County, AB T4X 0N9
Under The Sun strives to instill creativity through teaching form & function to new & experienced glass enthusiasts, artists, & guests. Experience a one-of-a kind studio environment that grows and enriches others by actively engaging all to learn new skills and have fun! Their facility offers a stunning shopping gallery, one day workshops, full course programming in glass blowing, stained glass, fused glass formation, glass casting, torch & lampworking to glass vacations, day camps, & more for all ages.
107-108, 4915 50 Ave, Leduc, AB, T9E 6W7
Experience a rustic, yet elegant, 2400 square-foot barn nestled on 40 acres of land. Hidden away between the spruce trees is a secluded wedding ceremony area. The Whitewood Barn is just 10 minutes from the International Airport, various hotels, the outlet mall, and Costco.
25016 Twp. 483, Millet, AB, T0C 1Z0
Experience, connect with, and support local artists at the Zyp Art Gallery in Calmar. Operated by the Calmar Art Society, the gallery is named after Hank and Tillie Zyp who have inspired us through their social activism, generosity of spirit, and dedication to the arts.
4715 50 Ave, Calmar, AB T0C 0V0
Located on Devon’s main street, 2 Ravenz specializes in spiritual healing. Experience locally-made products focusing on well-being, and partake in energizing workshops that help you tap into your inner energy.
38 Athabasca Ave, Devon AB T9G1G2
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