A mounted albino moose and a1500 year old arrow head are just a couple of amazing things available to see at the Battle River Pioneer Museum. Visitors can easily imagine the town of Manning many years ago while touring the large main building, a cabin, post office, blacksmith shop and machine shed. An annual Heritage Day weekend antique tractor parade showcases the farm machinery used many years ago! Imagine the early pioneers at work while watching the Heritage Day demonstrations that may include wood working, rope making, and flour milling. The museum’s collection also includes a mounted moose, timber wolf, cougar, grizzly bear, albino porcupine and many other odd and unusual items. This museum located 1 km east of the Town of Manning on Secondary Highway #691 is open May 15 – September 15, 10am to 6pm daily. By appointment call – 780-836-2374. Visitors to the area can access Manning’s Visitor Information Centre while visiting the museum as it is right next door!