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Tea & Trek (4 hours)

Tea & Trek (4 hours) 99

Tea & Trek (4 Hours)
Transportation: Car, 1 Stop, Walking
Cost: $


Take a trip back in time and enjoy a homecooked lunch at one of Stony Plain’s famous historical attractions, followed by an afternoon stroll in our beautiful Rotary Park.


  • Visit the Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum and take in their collection of antique vehicles, machinery and displays. Stroll along Legacy Street, an indoor street scene depicting life in the 1930 in small town Alberta.
  • After your tour, grab a lunch of homemade soup, sandwiches, and desserts at the Pioneer Museum Tea House.
  • Using Stony Plain’s extensive trail system, head on over to Rotary Park and enjoy a stroll around the pond.


Start your day at the Stony Plain and Parkland Pioneer Museum and visit their early 20th century outdoor village. Take in the impressive collection of antique vehicles, machinery and artifacts and explore Legacy Street, an indoor street scene depicting small town Alberta in the 1930s. Admission to the museum is by donation, they are open year-round with varying hours in each season.


While on site at the museum, be sure to stop by the Tea House for an incredible homestyle meal. Ran exclusively by volunteers, the Tea House offers a variety of soups, sandwiches and desserts, most prepared from ingredients grown on the on-site farms and gardens.


Did you know Stony Plain has over 43 kilometres of extensive inter-linked pedestrian trail systems? Many of these trails connect Town facilities, open space corridors and neighbourhood parks, for convenient accessibly for all visitors and residents.


Utilizing the trail system from the Pioneer Museum, make your way over to Rotary Park. This beautiful park features a pond with a paved walking trail, playground, gazebo, a picnic area and large green spaces perfect for a relaxing sit or stroll. Rotary Park is also home to the Visitor Information Centre, so be sure to pop inside to plan your next adventure in Stony Plain.

Don’t forget to pack comfortable walking shoes, a water bottle and a copy of Stony Plain’s Visitor Map. Looking for more to do? Check out our Destination Guide for events, places to visit and more!

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