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Behind Closed Doors: Art Collections Tours

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Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery

Red Deer, AB

Directions: The main entrance is on the West side of the building facing the parking lot off of 47A Ave. We share the parking lot with the Recreation Centre and Golden Circle. The back of our building faces 48th Ave and there is no public access from this road. You may need to search for the Recreation Centre in your maps in order to get accurate directions. Let us help you get there South: Take 32nd Street exit East Turn left on Gaetz (50th) Ave Turn right on 45 Street to 47A Ave. North: Take 67 Street exit East Turn right on Gaetz (50th) Ave Turn left on 45 Street to 47A Ave.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Have you ever wanted to see behind the scenes in a museum?

Join us for a tour of the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery's (MAG) art collections! You will get a peek at what types of artwork (old and recent) are in the collections. Drop in anytime between 1-4pm; tours will occur throughout the afternoon. Free to attend.



Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery

Make the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) your next stop when exploring Red Deer! Whether you create your own masterpiece through one of our art programs, take in a world class touring exhibit, or learn how truly remarkable Red Deer is through our history exhibit, we are not only telling our story, we want to help you write yours! Visit our website for what’s on with public programs, exhibits and events.

The Red Deer & District Museum began in 1973, marking the City of Red Deer’s 60th anniversary. The Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery is a permanent institution in the service of Society and of its development which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits, for purposes of study, education and enjoyment, material evidence of people and their environment. The Museum presents an on-going series of temporary exhibitions and interpretive programs in the fine and decorative arts, sciences, and humanities.