Due to the risk of inclement weather the June 8th walking tour has been cancelled.
Max. capacity is 12/tour, please register to save a spot. Donations gratefully accepted (suggested donation of $2/person). Tours start at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery.
Red Deer Revealed: Downtown Buildings Walking Tour
What was Red Deer like over 100 years ago? In the early days, Ross Street has been a destination for visitors since the arrival of the railway in the 1890’s. Downtown was lined with hotels, cafes, entertainment and businesses and city parks for locals and visitors to Central Alberta. For decades, Little Gaetz avenue was the place to shop in Red Deer. Learn about the people and places that shaped Red Deer and enjoy the public art along the way.
N1871, Snell Dodds Block, Red Deer, photo courtesy of the Red Deer & District Archives.