Visit our Strathcona Streetcar Barn & Museum as a part of you ride on the High Level Bridge Streetcar.
The museum's displays include artifacts, pictures and information relating to streetcar history, Edmonton's original streetcar system and our own museum streetcars from around the world.
In addition, we have a exclusive colour film of Edmonton's streetcars in 1949 for you to watch!
Effective September 25, 2021:
Access to the Museum will be in accordance with the Province of Alberta's Restrictions Exemption Program, requiring visitors and volunteers to have one of the following:
1.) Proof of vaccination; 2.) A negative COVID test result; or, 3.) A medical exception.
Face masks must be worn while in the Museum.
Please check the Government of Alberta website for more information regarding the Restrictions Exemption Program.
The museum is open 10am - 2pm on Saturdays from May long weekend until Canadian Thanksgiving in October (excluding the annual Fringe Festival).
Ad-hoc openings may be possible - watch out for the sign when riding the High Level Bridge Streetcar!
The museum is free during regular hours but donations are gladly accepted!
The museum is located in the Strathcona Streetcar Barn on 103 Street and 84 Avenue (at the north end of the Farmer's Market building). A visit can easily be combined with a ride on the High Level Bridge Streetcar.