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Completed in 1915, the Edmonton Drill Hall was a military training site for the Department of National Defence until 1977. Over the years it was home to several regiments, including the Loyal Edmonton Regiment, as well as a number of corps including signal men and medical personnel.

Ownership of the Prince of Wales Armouries (as it was re-named in 1921) was transferred to the City of Edmonton in 1982 and it hosted a variety of organizations and community groups like the Cadets and the Edmonton Food Bank. After much consideration of its future, the City began renovations to create a new home for the City of Edmonton Archives inside the old drill hall

Planning Your Trip

While parking is free, it's also limited. Fortunately, we're only a short distance south of the Kingsway/Royal Alex LRT Station and Transit Centre.


Mon - Tue 8:30am-4:30pm
Wed 8:30am-8pm
Thurs - Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Sat - Sun Closed
Holidays Closed
Accessing the Prince of Wales Armouries


10440 108 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta


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A building within a building, located within the former drill hall of the Prince of Wales Armouries.
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Prince of Wales Armouries

10440 108 Avenue
Edmonton AB
T5H 3Z9


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In Edmonton: 311

Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

Fax Facility Rentals: 780-496-8747

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