HOURS
Daily
10 am – 6 pm
Thu, Fri
10 am – 8 pm

Plan Your Visit

Hours

EXTENDED SUMMER
May 17 — September 2, 2019
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: July 29, August 26


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
* Admission to Vikings: Beyond the Legend is included in regular admission and Mammoth Passes. * Family: up to two (2) adults and children 17 and younger, to a maximum of eight (8) people One-day General Admission can be purchased online, or in person at the Admissions Desk. Two-day admission is for consecutive days and is only available at the Admissions Desk. General Admission is free for those with a Cultural Access Pass/Canoo Pass, CFOne Card, and for healthcare aide attendants accompanying paying visitors with disabilities.


The Royal Alberta Museum rests on Treaty Six territory and the homeland of the Métis. Many of the objects in RAM's collections and many of the stories presented in our galleries are Indigenous. In the spirit of reconciliation, and to honour the unique relationship between Indigenous Peoples of Alberta and the Crown, the museum extends free General Admission to Indigenous Peoples.


Mammoth Pass

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

Mammoth Passes are assigned to a specific person and are non-transferable.


Getting Here

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

Public parking is available in close proximity to the Royal Alberta Museum. There are four parking spots for visitors with disabilities located just outside the main doors of the Royal Alberta Museum on the west side of the building. The museum is also located near transit and includes pedway access via the Churchill LRT station. Bicycle parking is located northwest of the main entrance. Find more information on parking downtown. You can also plan your trip using takeETS.com or by phoning 311.

The museum also has a dedicated drop-off location for buses and large groups at the east entrance, and a close drop-off for visitors with mobility considerations located near the west entrance of the museum.


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. We can also provide Sensory Kits. 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 strollers available at the Admissions Desk.

There are four parking spots for visitors with disabilities located just outside the main doors of the museum on the west side.

Additional nearby accessible parking suitable for visitors with disabilities:

  • 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

Each of the above parkades has its own pricing rates, and the stalls are not specifically reserved for Royal Alberta Museum visitors.


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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