Millet Visitor Information Centre
As an official and accredited "Alberta Tourism" community Visitor Information Centre, we have trained Alberta travel counsellors to assist you with your travels within our community and Alberta.
The Millet Visitor Information Centre is located
within the Millet and District Museum and Archives.
Wednesday-Fridays 10am-4:30pm (Unless otherwise specified).
CLOSED December 21, 2019 until January 7, 2020. Reopening January 8, 2020.
Monday - Saturday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Summer Hours begin after May 18, 2020 (Victoria Day)
Or by Appointment. Call 387-5558.
CLOSED Statutory Holidays
New Years Day (Wednesday, January 1, 2020),
Alberta Family Day (Monday, February 17, 2020),
Good Friday (Friday April 10, 2020). Easter Monday (Monday, April 13, 2020)
Victoria Day (Monday, May 18, 2020),
Canada Day (Wednesday, July 1, 2020),
Civic Holiday - Heritage Day (Monday, August 3, 2020),
Labour Day (Monday, September 7, 2020),
Thanksgiving Day (Monday, October 12, 2020),
Remembrance Day (Wednesday, November 11, 2020),
Christmas Day(Friday, December 25, 2020).
For many of the local businesses, attractions, and services that Millet and District has to offer,
check out our photo gallery.
Check out our Quick Links Menu on the right hand side of this page for a map of Millet
Photos also include contact information and driving directions
from the Millet Visitor Information Centre.
For Information on Town Events visit the Town of Millet website!
Aerial Picture of Millet looking from the West. You can see Leanord Gray Park in the centre in the Moonen Heights area.
Summer Fire Bans
Fire Bans are up across the entire province due to the numerous amounts of wildfires that are occurring across the province. Province wide, Alberta has deployed approximately 1,000 firefighters, The province has also deployed 124 helicopters, 20 air tankers and scores of heavy ground-based machines. Evacuation orders are issued locally by municipalities as part of declaring a state of local emergency. The orders may be voluntary or mandatory, and may cover all or part of a municipality. Emergency medical staff are onsite and available should evacuees require assistance or medication. Meals are available as well as counseling services and spiritual resources upon request. Evacuees are welcome to stay at the reception centers for as long as required. Evacuees with alternate accommodations. All displaced residents should call the Canadian Red Cross evacuee and information line at 1-888-350-6070. By registering, loved ones are able to check on the status and location of displaced residents.
To check the statuses of fire bans go to www.albertafirebans.ca
EDMONTON & AREA DAY TRIPS
Learn about all the local attractions in the Edmonton Area on www.edmontonscountryside.com.
Featured on the site is the Town of Millet and the Millet and District Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Center.
The official Alberta Road Map is available for sale,
which comes with a "Buy One Single Admission to any of Alberta's Provincial Historic Sites & Museums and Get One Free" coupon.
The official Alberta accommodation and campground guides are available for free.
The Millet Visitor Information Centre is located within the Millet and District Museum and Archives.