The Courthouse Museum is the longest used courthouse in Alberta. The unique sandstone structure was built in 1907 from stone quarried just a few miles from Cardston. The handsome architecture of this striking building remains as a lasting monument to Cardston’s early pioneer artisans. This registered Provincial Historic site displays everything from original jail cells to court artifacts. Phone 403.653.4322 for more information.
Located in Cardston, Alberta, the Courthouse Museum is only a 30 minute drive from Waterton Lakes National Park.
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