The Museum Store carries a comprehensive selection of unique products reflecting the human and natural history of southwestern Alberta.

  • Official retailer of Ammolite - the official gemstone for the City of Lethbridge and much much more!


  • Our children’s area includes reproduction games and activity kits, books, [really yummy maple candy, shhh], stuffed toys - take care of your own Richardson's ground squirrel [aka gopher] or Iini, the buffalo.


  • A Wonderful Selection of BOOKS like...

A Legacy of Adventure and Art: The Life of Miss Edith Fanny Kirk, a book published by the Galt Museum & Archives with funding assistance from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, explores the life of professionally trained artist E. F. Kirk.  Kirk (1858-1953) was an adventurous lady who ignored the usual expectations of a middle class Victorian woman in England.  She travelled across the UK and France before immigrating to Canada where she continued her adventures in places like Atlin and Nanaimo, BC, Lethbridge and the western Canadian National Parks. 

The book also includes the author’s story as she delved into archival records and travelled in search of Miss Kirk’s adventures.  Copies are available for $19.95 through the Galt Museum Store.  Contact Michelle at 403-320-3954 or

An integral part of your Galt experience; shop for special souvenirs to commemorate your visit or let us ship a gift to you or a friend.

Custom Bridge by Small Scultpures


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Only a few left in stock!

This original design was commissioned by the Galt Museum Store. The image of the High Level Bridge was sculptured in fine pewter with final polishing, framing and packaging done by hand to ensure you a work of art for generations to come.

Sketches of Tommy's Life Collectors Postcards


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Commemorating 100 years since World War I by releasing 38 reproductions of "Sketches of Tommy's Life in France" postcards from our Archives.

These were originally produced in Boulogne and Paris, France (1917-18), and were created by Canadian illustrator Private Fergus Mackain who served in the Royal Fusiliers during World War 1.