town in Alberta, Canada

Stettler is town of 5,900 (2016) in the Central Corridor, nicknamed "The Heart of Alberta."

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Stettler is approximately 100 km (62 mi) east of Red Deer at the junction of Highway 12 and Highway 56. It is approximately 183 km (114 mi) southeast of Edmonton and 225 km (140 mi) northeast of Calgary.

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Map of Stettler
  • 1 Town & Country Museum (Stettler Museum), 6304 44 Avenue, +1-403-742-4534. May 1 to September long weekend, daily 10AM-5:30PM. A historic village with a great selection of historical artifacts and buildings which tell the story of Stettler's History. There are 26 buildings with 10 historic buildings including a general store, church and courthouse. $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, $3 for youth (ages 6-16), and children 5 and under are free.
  • Downtown Historic Walking Tour, +1-403-742-8305.

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Alberta Prairie Railway steam engine

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Buffalo LakeEdit

Buffalo Lake is about 30 km (19 mi) northwest of Stettler and offers recreation and camping options.

DonaldaEdit

Donalda is a small village located 40 km (25 mi) north of Stettler.

  • Donalda & District Museum, 5001 Main Street, Donalda, +1-403-883-2100. A variety of historical collections and buildings, including the Lamp collection – over 1,100 lamps, dating from the 1600s to 1960; Whitford collection – Métis artifacts from the early 20th century; and the local history collection – 4,000 artifacts depicting the history of the Donalda area and its residents.
  • 2 World's Largest Lamp, Railway Ave & Main Street, Donalda.

Go nextEdit

Routes through Stettler
Lacombe / Red Deer via  Alix  W   E  → becomes  Biggar
ENDCamrose   N   S  Big ValleyDrumheller


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