The Harvest Festival at the Reynold-Alberta Museum is the perfect opportunity to spend a fun Fall day with the family while learning more about farming practices and equipment through the decades. Watch some the museum’s impressive collection of vintage tractors and machinery at work, check out a display of modern John Deere equipment and see live demos of swathing, combining, ploughing and stooking.

For the kids, there will be fun carnival games and prizes available in the Family Fun Zone and a collection of animal friends to visit in the petting zoo.

Inside the museum, guests can check out the more than 500 vehicles, 130 aircraft, and 5,000 pieces of agricultural and industrial equipment. During the Harvet Festival at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum, guests can see how a grain elevator works, learn to make rope, dance to the music of the Foggy Minded Mountain Boys, and then take the tractor shuttle to check out the Aviation Display Hangar.

A detailed schedule of the daily activities will be posted just before the event. To ensure a great day at the museum, we recommend purchasing your tickets in advance through the website, and arriving early for all the day’s events.

Harvest Festival at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum:

When: Saturday, September 4 and Sunday, September 5, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Reynolds-Alberta Museum
Address: 6426 40 Avenue, Wetaskiwin