Visit the Rodeo Ranch Museum, the Heritage House and the Metis Cabin in the Wood Mountain Regional Park.
Saddles, boots, and pictures tell the story of one of Canada's oldest ranching communities. The site of the Wood Mountain rodeo is brought to life through stories and pictorial exhibits. In the Metis cabin one can learn how the very early settlers at Wood Mountain lived. Moved on to the Heritage House to discover how people from Romania and the Ukrainian homesteaded at Wood Mountain and how they later became involved in ranching and rodeo.
Besides the museums, the Wood Mountain Historical Society manages extensive photographic and print archives as well as a bookstore. School programs are offered in June. The Rodeo-Ranch Museum also houses a Visitor Information Centre for the Grasslands National Park.