Due to concerns with COVID-19 the Leduc Antique Society has decided to CLOSE to the public until further notice.
The Alberta Legacy Development Society incorporated as a registered society to save, preserve and develop the Leduc Elevator Village for future generations.
We’d love to have you join us.
Our new Interpretive Centre is complete and we are OPEN to take you on a tour of our Facility. We are excited about the new center and we would like to graciously thank everyone who donated their money, products, services, and time to make this happen!
The Canada Parade and activities have been CANCELLED for this year. This is due to the announcement by the Alberta Government for Covid-19, crowds and Social Distancing.
We will be back next year !!!
We are a registered charity established to save, preserve and develop the Leduc Grain Elevator Complex as an educational, historic site for future generations to enjoy.
The Leduc Heritage Grain Elevator is one of the last single composite wood crib elevators built in Alberta in 1978. It was operated up until 2000, when the Alberta Legacy Development Society was able to purchase it and save it from demolition. In 2003 it received Registered Historic Site status and has been operating as a museum ever since.
In November of 2017 the south warehouse was converted into an Interpretive Centre. The elevator is open for tours year round but visitors should be aware that the elevator proper is not heated.