HOURS
Daily
10 am – 5 pm
Thu
10 am – 8 pm

Plan Your Visit

We're opening on October 3, 2018
with six days of free admission

Visit our Grand Opening page for information on hours, tickets, and events.

Free online tickets for opening weekend (Oct. 3–8) are fully booked.

For those of you who were unable to secure an online ticket, we will have approximately 10,000 spots available for walk-up admission and Mammoth Pass holders during our opening weekend. However, we do anticipate lineups, and cannot guarantee entry for any visitors without a time-specific ticket. Due to capacity and safety regulations, we cannot add more tickets.

Remember! You can book tickets to visit after opening weekend! Regular admission prices begin on October 9, 2018 — plan your visit.


Admission

  Adult18 – 64 Senior65+ Youth7 – 17 Family *  Child6 and under
One-Day $19 $14 $10 $48 FREE
Two-Day $27 $21 $15 $69 FREE
Mammoth Pass $35 $30 $20 $70 FREE
* Family: up to two (2) adults and children 17 and younger, to a maximum of eight (8) people
One-day admission can be purchased online, or in person at the Admissions Desk. Two-day admission is only available at the Admissions Desk.

Mammoth Pass

Visit all year for about the same price of two admissions! Mammoth Passes provide unlimited admission to the Royal Alberta Museum for one year. Benefits include:


Museum Hours

REGULAR
(After Labour Day long weekend to Friday before May long weekend)
DAILY 10 am – 5 pm
THU 10 am – 8 pm
EXTENDED SUMMER
(May long weekend until Labour Day long weekend)
DAILY 10 am – 6 pm
THU, FRI 10 am – 8 pm

The museum is closed on the last Monday of every month, with the exception of the week of spring break (March or April) and December. The museum is always closed on December 24 and 25.

Upcoming closed dates 2018: October 29, November 26, December 24, December 25


Getting Here

The Royal Alberta Museum is located at 9810 103a Ave NW.

The museum is located near public parking and transit options, and includes Pedway access via Churchill LRT Station. Bicycle parking is located north-west of the west entrance. Find more information on getting downtown at edmonton.ca. You can also plan your trip using takeETS.ca or by calling 311.

The museum also has a dedicated drop-off location for buses and large groups, and can provide close drop-off for visitors with disabilities near the west entrance.


Accessibility

We have wheelchairs available at the Admissions Desk. We also offer accessible washrooms, including one with a transfer lift (sling not provided) and adult change table. Please see the Admissions Desk for more information.

Service dogs are permitted in the museum provided that they wear an identifying vest and the owner carries an identification card. Pets are not permitted in the museum.

We have 16 strollers available to rent for free at the Admissions Desk.

Accessible Parking Spots in Nearby Parkades:

  • City Hall Parkade – five accessible stalls
  • Library Parkade – 13 accessible stalls
  • Canada Place Parkade – six accessible stalls
  • Edmonton City Centre West Parkade – 11 accessible stalls

Book a Group Visit

We are pleased to offer discounted group rates for 15 or more people.

For rates and to book a group visit, please fill out this online form.

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