As part of Stage 2 of Alberta's Open for Summer Plan, the Reynolds-Alberts Museum will reopen on June 23 at reduced visitor capacity. Please read our guidelines before your visit.
Ride to Reynolds
Ride to Reynolds is back!
Here is what you need to know when planning your own solo ride, or coming as part of one organized by your dealer or riding club:
you should purchase your timed-entry admission tickets online to allow for capacity control and no-contact payment
pre-booking will help guarantee your spot and avoid disappointment on arrival
if you would like to book as a club or group, please book your admission by sending a message to email@example.com or by phoning 780-312-2071. (Groups of 15 or more receive a 10% discount)
We will provide:
a designated area for motorcycle parking
access to the museum main building and aviation hangar
a new summer feature exhibit Motorbikus Mechanicus ... a Love Story, featuring 40 concept and early production motorcycles. The exhibit explores how a passion for education, combined with a love of motorcycles, came together to create a world-renowned motorcycle technician training ground in Fairview, Alberta.
Museum Educator-led programs, including: "From Penny Farthing to Motorcycles", the "Hawker Hurricane Restoration", "How Engines Work" and self-guided Scavenger hunts.
Video virtual tours of some of our most famous vehicles including the 1930 Jasper Park Lodge McLaughlin-Buick, the 1911 Model T Touring, and the 1912 Hupp-Yeats Electric Coach - these tours offer close-up views of vehicles interiors and exteriors.