BUFFALO NATIONS
LUXTON MUSEUM



COME FACE TO FACE
WITH NATIVE CULTURE

The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum gives you insight into the new world many Europeans found when they first arrived to Canada's plains. Uncover the many rituals and ceremonies typical to the Indians of the Northern Plains and Canadian Rockies and learn more about how the natives followed buffalo herds and other signs of Mother Nature. Guided tours are offered to the general public.

HOW TO GET THERE

The Museum is located along the Bow River across from Banff Central Park in the townsite of Banff.

GIFT SHOP

Here you can find a variety of native jewelery, arts and crafts as well as posters, cards and publications which reflect their culture and traditions. In the summer months you can learn about traditional and contemporary native cultural activities.

OPEN

Year-round, 7 days a week.

Summer Hours: 11 am – 6 pm May 1, 2006 – October 8th, 2006

Winter Hours: 1 p.m. – 5p.m. Oct. 9th, 2006 – April 30th, 2007

ADMISSION

Adults $8.00 Seniors (65 and over) $6.00 Student (6 and up) $6.00 Family (2 adults+children-18 and under) $16.50 Children 6 and up $2.50 Group Rates (10 + people) $5.00

This facility is suitable for visitors with physical disabilities. Please inquire about special arrangements that you or or group may require. Guided tours are available. Curriculum-related educational programs for all ages are also available on request. All tours are to be pre-booked.


BUFFALO NATIONS LUXTON MUSEUM
1 Birch Ave
Box 850
Banff, AB
T1L 1A8
Phone: (403) 762-2388
Fax: (403) 760-2803
E-mail: buffalonations@telusplanet.net




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