Hanna Visitor Information Centre

The former Canadian Northern Railway station at Hanna was constructed in 1913 and served to provide both passenger and freight service until August 1990. The station has always symbolized Hanna's origins and is today regarded as a major heritage resource. The Federal Government has designated the building as a Heritage Railway Station. The station now serves as Hanna's Visitor Information Centre, providing personalized trip planning services. The centre is open weekends starting on the May long weekend, and seven days a week from July 1st through the end of August.

Amenities

Visitor Center Toilets - Flush Wifi Internet Access Picnic Tables Wheelchair Access