The museum and outdoor exhibit buildings contain a wealth of petroleum industry artifacts, working exhibits, kerosene lamps, fascinating stories, intriguing photographs and more!
Theatre – Start your museum visit with a short film about the history of oil in the area and view a geology display.
Main Gallery – A wide variety of displays including veterinary supplies, early lighting, famous oil men, spring pole drilling model, cooper shop, tools, oil samples and more.
Oil Springs Gallery – An eclectic collection including the Fraser clock collection, a bird egg collection, household items, store and school supplies, etc
Foreign Drillers Gallery – In the basement of the museum is an collection of unusual souvenirs brought home by pioneer oil men when they returned from their world travels.
Foreign Drillers Tent – Don’t miss this interactive experience that tells the unique history and many fascinating stories of drillers travels around the world.
Oil Men Photo Gallery – Photographer Lance Evoy, a native of Oil Springs captured amazing photos of the oil producers of today, many carrying on traditions reaching back over 3 or 4 generations.
- Jerker Lines & Power House
- Oil Tanker Wagon
- Holding Tanks
- Langbank Post Office
- Canadian Pole Drilling Rig
- Blacksmith Shop
- First Commercial Oil Well in North America
- Three Pole Derrick
- Procar Tank Railcar
- 1895 Oil Springs Railway Station
- Natural Gas Industrial Building
- Picnic Area.