The galleries at our Glenora site are now closed, but you can stay connected with the museum through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram including our #RAMwow sneak peek social media campaign, signing up for Museum News, and visiting our website often for updates.
More information: https://www.royalalbertamuseum.ca/new/index.cfm
The galleries at our Glenora site are now closed. We expect the new museum to open in 2018.
Check the 'Visit' page of our website for up-to-date information. Due to bridge construction, there are a number of detours. The City of Edmonton offers a shuttle service for those attempting to get to the museum from the downtown (east) side of the 102 Avenue Bridge over Groat Road or from various locations west of the museum on 102 Avenue. The ETS shuttle phone is: 780.909.9354.
Yes, members of the public can take photos in the permanent galleries.
No tripods are permitted.
No commercial or media photography/videography without prior arrangements/permission.
No photography permitted in the Feature Gallery.
Please be respectful of other visitors who may not want their photos taken and/or shared.
The exhibitions in this gallery are usually on loan, not owned by the Royal Alberta Museum and generally do not allow photographs to be taken.
We have a café and some other locations where food is permitted such as the lobby, the Theatre lobby or the upper lobby.
No food or drink is permitted in the galleries or in the Museum Theatre.
We don't have a policy. We only ask that all visitors are respectful to all other visitors and user groups.
Yes, we are wheelchair accessible. We also have wheelchairs available to borrow for use at the museum too.
Yes. The museum galleries will no longer be open to the public starting December 7, 2015. The theatre and facility rentals will continue to operate as usual.
No firm decision has been made about future use of the former museum facility. Government House will continue to function at the Glenora site and the historical buildings such as the Carriage House will be kept.Alberta Infrastructure is ensuring due diligence by looking at all options, including reusing or repurposing the facility. This includes connecting with Albertans to help make an informed decision. You are invited to submit any inquiries you may have about the Glenora site by visiting https://www.alberta.ca/glenora-site.aspx.
It's important to note that while the Glenora site may look quiet outside, inside RAM staff are busy preserving and moving tens of thousands of artifacts - a move that's expected to take until 2019 or 2020 to complete.
No. The existing site will continue to be used for public purposes. Government House will continue to function on the site.
The museum has outgrown the Glenora site. The new location will be about twice the size of the existing building and will provide direct access to the LRT and major bus routes.
Programming, Events, Rentals
We do not accept bookings for birthday parties or weddings. Photographs may be taken on the grounds but remember that the grounds are public and cannot be booked and must be shared.
You can click on the 'Stay in Touch' button on many of the pages listed and leave us your email address. You can join us on social media. You can also visit our website often and check the exhibits and events listings. You can also become a Mammoth Pass Holder and receive regular updates.
Museum events can be found on our website.
We are also a rental facility and many of those events are not open to the public. The organizers sell and promote their own events and on occasion, we will also post their events on our website when asked.
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