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National Historic Sites in Alberta
Village of Stirling National Historic Site of Canada

Village of Stirling
Village of Stirling

The Village of Stirling is the best-preserved Canadian example of the distinctive settlement pattern known as a Mormon Agricultural Village or the Plat of Zion. The wide
streets and large farmstead lots with barns are hallmarks of a Mormon village. Stop in at the interpretive kiosk at the entrance to the Village or visit the restored Michelsen House, a typical family farm of the early 20th century. The Galt Historic Railway Park with a restored train station is nearby. Both guided and self-guided tours of the town help you discover this unique environment.

These sites are open May long weekend to Labour Day, Friday to Monday. Stirling is 28 km SE of Lethbridge on Hwy. 4.

For more information, please contact: Michelsen Farmstead 403-756-3095 or Galt Railway Historic Park 403-756-2220 or check out our website at www.villageofstirling.com

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Services: Guided tours, exhibits, food services in town, washrooms at the Galt Railway Park.