Scandia Eastern Irrigation District Museum
LocationScandia, Alberta, Canada
Coordinates50°16′36″N 112°02′48″W / 50.2766°N 112.0468°W / 50.2766; -112.0468
Typeopen-air, Irrigation museum
WebsiteEastern Irrigation District Historical Park

The Scandia Eastern Irrigation District Museum is an open-air museum in Southern Alberta, Canada. The museum includes a historic 1925 Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator, Bow Slope Stockyard, and displays of how irrigation has affected the prosperity of the area.[1] The museum is part of Eastern Irrigation District Historical Park, which also includes a blacksmith shop, barn, general store, stock yards and river ferry.

Jenner Station

In 2011-2012 the community and museum society moved the historic 103-year-old Canadian Pacific Railway station from the hamlet of Jenner to their park in Scandia.[2] The station has since been restored and is now used as a theater and community gathering place.[3]

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