Seniors 60+: $5
Youth 7–17 and Post Secondary: $3
Children and infants to 6: FREE
Family 2 adults and children (same household, aged 0-17): $15
Group 10+ per person: $5
10–5 pm Mon–Sat
10–9 pm Thursdays
1–5 pm Sundays & Holidays
closed Christmas & Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Sunday
Administration & Research Hours
Open Mon–Fri 8–4 pm
Closed weekends & statutory holidays
Collections research by appointment
What’s going on
Hear more about the exhibit The Wild Spirit: Women in the Rocky Mountains of Canada and create art featuring mountains.
The Lethbridge Police Service has a dedicated team of members who are assigned to the downtown area of the city. These officers work diligently to keep the downtown safe by patrolling on foot, bike and the very recognizable Downtown Patrol Unit van. Join members of the unit to find out about their efforts collaborating with community partners working on the issues faced by the downtown, connecting with businesses and citizens, and taking ownership of this neighbourhood.
A neighbourhood that develops and grows relationships between residents is a neighbourhood that nurtures community health and resilience. But how is this relationship-building achieved? What do neighbours value in their sense of “neighbourhood”? Kevin MacLean of the Upper Vic Neighbourhood Association and Aimee Benoit, PdD Candidate at the University of Lethbridge, will share their knowledge and experiences on the benefits of engaging neighbours around “place” and how to build that engagement from the ground up.
Learn about Lethbridge's early schools and make some items that will help get you ready for back to school.
Take a look at the increasing availability of electronic resources for uncovering your family history. Focus on the new online database at the Galt.
Graham Ruttan will discuss the Plat of Zion, a city planning map that some believe was inspired by deity and which was used as the base map for several southern Alberta communities more than 100 years ago.
We will present an introduction to the Blackfoot Language for nine weeks, taught by Julius Delaney.
Using photographs from the Galt Museum & Archives, Lorraine Andrews shares compelling stories of the famous McIntyre Ranch.
Make a project using recycled materials and find out more about the Archives' exhibit Recycled Lethbridge.