Automotive enthusiasts, be prepared because something big is happening at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum.
Get your fill of classic vehicles at this year’s History Road: the Ultimate Car Show on June 13 and 14 where a spectacular display of more than 700 vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles spanning more than a century of automotive history will be displayed.
The lineup features rare vehicles from Reynolds-Alberta Museum’s collection and those of enthusiasts from across Alberta and western Canada. From open-bodied roadsters to 1960s muscle cars; from tiller handle steering to electronic fuel injection and everything in between.
In addition to the display, the museum’s 1951 Ford Custom Country Squire, 1951 Studebaker Champion Deluxe 2 Door Sedan, 1953 Ford Crestline Sunliner Convertible, and 1928 Ford Model A Pickup and more, will be fired up and driven in the “Parade Through the Century” starting at noon each day.
Owned and operated by Alberta Culture and Tourism, the Reynolds-Alberta Museum is located two kilometres west of Wetaskiwin on Highway 13 (6426 – 40 Avenue). Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for youth ages 7 to 17, $25 for families (two adults and their children ages 7 to 17) and $8 for seniors. Children six and under are admitted free.