Immanuel Anglican Church is located approximately 71 kms south of Edmonton on Hwy 2A in the community of Wetaskiwin. Immanuel Anglican Church is a church family, working together, desiring to grow in spirit and in numbers, to make a difference in people’s lives.
Wetaskiwin is one of Alberta’s oldest cities full of history and culture to explore. You’ll find Immanuel Anglican Church at 5103-46 Avenue. Stop by the church when you arrive in town and take a selfie out front before checking out some favourite attractions recommended by local community members.
Reynolds Alberta Museum is a stop you mustn’t miss when visiting Wetaskiwin. This international, award-winning museum is all about celebrating machines. Named after Stanley George Reynolds, a Wetaskiwin businessman and world-renowned collector, the Museum's collections include more than 500 vehicles, 130 aircraft, 5,000 pieces of agricultural equipment, and 70,000 pieces of trade literature. The Reynolds-Alberta Museum is part of a network of provincially owned and operated historic sites, interpretive centres, and museums. After walking through the main building head out the back and across the field to the Aviation Display Hangar. This building is connected to the Wetaskiwin Alberta Airport. This building features all things aviation as well as an abundance of hands-on aviation activities and experiments for kids at heart. If you bring kiddos along, be prepared to spend a few hours here! There is also a cafeteria on-site with picnic tables available. Outside food and picnics are permitted if you’d like to bring food from home.
The award-winning Heritage Museum, in the heart of historic downtown, provides the opportunity to uncover local history through three floors of interactive displays, ongoing programs, and special events for all ages. Engage with real artifacts in the one-of-kind Pioneer Playrooms. Share in the lives of the extraordinary Women of Aspenland. Uncover the dynamic heritage of our city, county, and the four nations of Maskwacis with displays that span from the time of the dinosaurs to the War Years. Visit the Heritage Museum today where history never gets old!
Get On Track with History at the Alberta Central Railway Museum where you can wait for the train in a typical country station with a waiting room, baggage room and telegraph office. Then take your pick of an exciting ride on the day liner or a vintage train. A scale layout of the 1930s Wetaskiwin railway yard shows you how the railway was central to our prairie towns. The museum has a collection of Canadian Pacific rolling stock, heavy-weight cars from the passenger era, freight equipment, cabooses, freight cars, and a snowplow.
**Please Note: When visiting Wetaskiwin and area, please adhere to the guidelines mandated in Alberta. Stay 6ft apart. Wear a mask. Stay home if you are sick.