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National Historic Sites in Alberta
Coleman National Historic Site of Canada

Historic photo of Coleman
© Crowsnest Museum

Coleman is situated in the heart of the Crowsnest Pass, one of the most productive coalfields in Western Canada. The town, with its mine site, commercial area and streets lined with miner’s cottages, preserves the atmosphere of an early mining town. Take a guided walking tour offered by Crowsnest Museum and learn about the history of the area and the people who came from around the world to work the mine and build a town. Other “must-see” sites in the area are the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre and the Historic Bellevue Mine.

The Museum is open year round and is located at 7701 – 18th Ave. in the community of Coleman, in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass.

For more information, please contact: 403-563-5434 or check out our website at

Toilets, Accessible

Services: museum, gift shop, interpretive tours available, picnic facilities, artifact garden, parking available.