Edmonton’s Unpopular Histories

Edmonton’s official history goes back 1892, but if you joined us for our third walking tour of the summer then you might have learned things about our beloved city that you don’t typically hear elsewhere.   Tour guide Dan Rose walked our group through downtown Edmonton’s unpopular histories, which included stories of both resilience from communities, […]

A snippet of a Century of Architecture and Design in Edmonton

Did you know that the current downtown Farmer’s market building used to be the Great Western Garment Co. owned by Alexander Rutherford? Or that the space where Canada Place sits was previously the Alberta Hotel, which was carefully dismantled numbered brick by brick in 1984? These are just a few local facts we learned from […]

“I think I’ll go for a walk outside now, the summer sun’s callin my name…”

FRAMS Talk & Tour has always been a popular way for our members to get more out of their museum. We’re expanding on that concept this summer with a special series of walking tours to explore the history and culture of our new neighbourhood! Click the date for each tour to find out more about […]