Pincher Creek Specialty Attractions
George "Kootenai" Brown is a legendary frontiersman who lived in southwest Alberta at the end of the 19th century, making a life for his family using his own hands, knowledge and intuition. Visit his cabin along with ten other carefully preserved and restored, displaying more than 12,000 artifacts. An outdoor display showcases horse-drawn machinery and carriages.
Pincher Creek Hutterite Colony
A working Protestant settlement, the Pincher Creek Hutterite Colony has been working the land west of Pincher Creek since 1926. The community has since split twice, founding daughter colonies in Montana and Washington, and today has a population of about 100 people. They farm sheep, cattle, hogs and poultry, run a dairy-processing plant and cultivate enormous gardens to feed their families, and are eager to share the details of their life on the prairies.