The Canadian National Historic Windmill Interpretive Centre sits adjacent to the Etzikom Museum. The Windmill site encompasses the history of wind power utilization in Canada. Includes a collection of antique windmills, as well as reproductions of a general store, hotel/rooming house, schoolhouse, blacksmith shop, barber shop and bath, post office, and an early 1900s home complete with parlour, bedroom, and kitchen.
Free parking, gift shop, motor coach and RV parking, restrooms, snack shop, stroller and wheelchair rentals. The site is Wheelchair accessible. Member of Alberta Museum Association, listed in the top ten attractions by Attractions Canada in 2002. Tours can be arranged by calling ahead.
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