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A Sneak Peek into the History of Radville

Radville CN Station –

McNaught Fire Museum –

Bertrand Park –

Hospital History –

Radville Laurier Regional Park

History of Education –

History of Churches –

History of RCMP –

Claffey Boulevard –

Outstanding Female Pioneer –


McNaught Museum

Dedicated to Harold McNaught, who served the Radville-Laurier Fire Department for many years.  This museum depicts the history of firefighting in Radville.  The memorabilia ranges from materials used by firefighters to the old fashioned hose cart and fire trucks.  The McNaught Museum is located in the back of the Second Hand Shop at 110 Main Street.  The Firefighters’ Park next to the Second Hand Shop is an extension of the McNaught Museum.  ** Soon to feature the 2022 Town of Radville Office and Fire Hall fire**



CN Station Museum

This iconic railroad station became a museum after a community restoration project.   The main floor is set up as a working train station while the upstairs replicates the station master’s home.  Many of the items in this well organized museum are over a hundred years old and donated by Radville area residents.  This is a museum you do not want to miss.


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Take a step on the tracks and ride the rail of Radville’s very own history or to relive the history of firefighting stop by or contact the Tourism Office at 1-306-815-7332, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., for after hour tours please call Jeannette Verhelst at 1-306-869-7022.  The Tourism Office is now located at the CN Station.  The Tourism Office is open May through August.

Prices of Admission:

McNaught Museum 

(Firefighters Museum)

$3.00 – Per Person

FREE – 6 and Under

CN Station Museum 

$5.00 – Per Adult

$3.00 – Per Student

FREE – 6 & Under

Combined Tours 

$7.00 – Per Adult

$5.00 – Per Student

FREE – 6 and Under


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