The Canadian Energy Museum — formerly Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre — is dedicated to preserving a spirit of discovery, innovation and education while celebrating where we came from and where we are going. On February 13, 1947, Imperial Oil’s Leduc #1 gushed out oil and forever changed the face and economy of Alberta. At the museum you can see displays of rigs and the original Leduc #1, the world’s largest drill bit, films, a engaging learning lab, a virtual ride in the world’s biggest drill bit, interpretive tours with oil patch veterans, a gift shop and an onsite Campground with 20 serviced RV stalls.
Canadian Energy Museum:
Address: 50339 Hwy. 60 South, Leduc