Royal Alberta Museum

Local nameRoyal Alberta Museum
LocationEdmonton, Canada

The Royal Alberta Museum is a museum of human and natural history in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The current museum is located in downtown Edmonton, north of City Hall and east of CN Tower. Construction of the new building was completed on August 16, 2016, and the opening date of October 3, 2018, was announced on September 12th 2018.The new building is the largest museum in western Canada with more than 82,000 square feet of exhibition space and 419,000 total square footage. The museum will feature expansive galleries chronicling Alberta's natural and cultural worlds, a feature gallery showcasing travelling exhibitions from Canada and around the world, an interactive, 7,000-square-foot dedicated children's gallery, and a bigger bug room with live invertebrates and visible nursery. The total cost of the new building and moving is estimated around CAD $375.5 million, with $253 million from the Government of Alberta, and $122.5 million from the federal government Building Canada Fund.

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Phone +178 0453 9100

Address 103A Avenue NW 9810, T5J 0G2 Edmonton

Coordinates 53°32'49.893" N -113°29'20.073" E

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