Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site - Historic Places Day

Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site

Markerville, Alberta
Type
House Museum/Homestead
Address
2230 Twp Rd 371 Red Deer County, AB
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Hours
10:00am-5:00pm
Phone
403-728-3929

Inspired by Alberta’s amazing vistas and vast prairies, Stephansson became known as “the poet of the Rocky Mountains.” His home is a snapshot-in-time of the year 1927, complete with original furnishings, serene landscape, the smell of baking, and, of course, the poetry of Stephan himself.

Location

2230 Twp Rd 371 Red Deer County, AB
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