Agora Interpretive Centre
“AGORA” IS THE ANCIENT GREEK WORD FOR GATHERING PLACE OR ASSEMBLY.
The Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre's Agora Interpretive Centre is a hands-on, multimedia learning space that features interactive activities and historical artifacts relating to the Alberta Legislature Building.
Discover compelling stories
of Alberta's past and inspiring tales about active citizenship shaping the province’s future.
The Agora Interpretive Centre
tells the story of the political development of the province and its parliamentary institutions.
Discover an unearthed time capsule,
test political knowledge or take on different parliamentary roles with replica costumes!
Take a virtual tour
of every community around Alberta with maps and videos, or dive into the past with touch screen timelines.
The Interpretive Centre is currently closed. All other spaces in the Visitor Centre are open to the public by reservation. The safety of visitors is a top priority for the Legislative Assembly.
Visitor Safety Protocols
Hours of Operation
|SUMMER HOURS||WINTER HOURS|
|May 17 to September 7||September 8 to May 16|
|Wednesday to Sunday|
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (plus Monday, September 7)
|Wednesday to Friday|
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday noon to 5 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday. Hours may vary on Canada Day and Family Day. Hours are subject to change.