FAQ

Is the Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre open?

No, the Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre is not open to the Public at this time. We are following the COVID-19 restrictions, and will post updates on our website and social media when we are permitted to open again.

Is the Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre taking over the whole Town building?

Presently, the Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre is staying where we are. There are no plans to occupy more space in the building we are located in. 

How do you preserve your materials?

The Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre follows the Canadian Conversation Institute Guidelines for textiles, artifacts, and archival materials. These include storing items in temperature and humidity controlled areas.

How to I donate an item to the Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre?

Please fill out an Intent to Donate form.

We do not accept abandoned items. 

How to I donate in Memorium?

See Memorials

Where can I access an early map of Millet?

There is an early map of Millet located at the beginning of Tales and Trails of Millet, accessible through our Research page

Do you have information on my family history?

We hold materials from many Millet families. Browse our Archival Collections, or fill in an Archives Request Form, and we will be happy to assist you with your search. 

Where is the Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre?

5120 50 Street, Millet, Alberta T0C 1Z0 on the south side of the building.

Is the Millet Museum, Archives and Visitor Information Centre Accessible?

The front entrance to the building is wheelchair accessible, and we have a stair chair available to increase accessibility of our downstairs exhibits. We have a wheelchair onsite for anyone who may require it.