Visit, host your event, volunteer, or donate to help ensure future generations can experience the D.B. Hanna Roundhouse (1913). Any way you choose to support contributes to the Hanna Roundhouse’s ongoing restoration.
D.B. Hanna Roundhouse (1913)
Alberta boasts a rich and fascinating history. The D.B. Hanna Roundhouse (1913) showcases Alberta’s unique transcontinental railway story in a rare and distinctive historic attraction. The Hanna Roundhouse is ideal for those seeking an understanding of their roots by engaging in the stories of the past. Connections lie at the heart of the Hanna Roundhouse; we connect Albertans to our history and people to each other. Visit us and get taken away to the past while you are immersed in the present.
Not only is the Hanna Roundhouse full of thought-provoking history and culture, but it also provides a unique location to host social or corporate events and presents a compelling backdrop for breathtaking videos and photos. The Hanna Roundhouse is the perfect location for both small and large events with its cathedral-like interior and ample outdoor space.
Due to the significant restorative work of the Hanna Roundhouse Society, experience original, picturesque characteristics from the 1900s that feature the architectural and engineering significance of the space that will captivate and inspire visitors. The work of the Society, along with tours, donations, and volunteer contributions will ensure this important historical site remains for future generations. Join us in exploring, experiencing, and preserving Canada’s history!
The Hanna Roundhouse plans to be open for 2023 (weather depending) from May 1 to October 1.
The versatility of the D.B. Hanna Roundhouse (1913) is highlighted by its ability to play host to events, customized tours and unique video and photo shoots. The Hanna Roundhouse is a unique event location, with ample indoor and outdoor space along with awe inspiring character that will elevate your wedding, anniversary, fundraiser or group function.