Visit the Wood Mountain Rodeo Ranch Museum, located in the Wood Mountain Regional Park.
Saddles, boots, art, and photographs tell the story of one of Canada's oldest ranching communities. The museum showcases history and artifacts from Canada's oldest continuous rodeo, the Wood Mountain Stampede, as well as the early history of ranching in the area by the North West Mounted Police, Métis people, American cattle barons, and Lakota people. On site is also a Métis adobe house, which you might get the chance to help mud! The Heritage House tells the stories of Romania, Serbian, and Ukrainian homesteaders at Wood Mountain. A short hike outside to a nearby hill has a monument dedicated to Lakota Chief Sitting Bull.
School programs are offered in May and June. The museum also provides visitor information for Grasslands National Park.