Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum
Step back into time and explore the rich history of Canada's First Nations peoples at the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum in Alberta Canada. Chronicling the lives of the aboriginal native Canadians, the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum illuminates a lost world to visitors from around the world.
A charming rustic fort style building constructed from locally sourced fir, the museum houses an impressive collection of exhibits and artifacts of North America's First Nations Peoples. The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum helps bring the ancient traditions and customs of the aboriginals alive. The Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum offers a variety of artifacts and memorabilia including hides, furs, taxidermy, paintings, ceremonial outfits, teepees, and intricate costumes. From bison hunts to local wildlife and ceremonial dances, the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum provides an intimate look into a lost culture.
Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum is located near Canada's stunning Baff Park and is the perfect destination to stop and learn a little local history. Travel back in time and imagine Canada's wild past and the people who lived and thrived in the wilderness. Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum honors the traditions of the first peoples to walk our lands and reminds us to cherish our history and human diversity.
When in Banff, consider staying at this Banff hotel:
Banff Inn501 Banff Avenue Â· Banff Â· Alberta Â· T1L 1A9 Â· 403-762-8844
The Banff Inn offers modern hotel accommodations located on Banff Avenue, only minutes away from the downtown shops, restaurants and many of Banff's attractions "Parking your car basically across your room is quite convenient. For the rest, standard but neat hotel.