Discover food, drink, shopping and culture in the Lacombe Region


Located in Central Alberta 20 minutes north of the City of Red Deer, the Lacombe Region has always been a region steeped in history and culture. Here you will find historical spaces that house trendy boutiques, culinary pleasures that tease your taste buds and cultural performances that stir the soul. The Lacombe Region welcomes all to discover store owners that are welcoming, chefs that are daring and performers that are ready to hit the stage.

Our region is vibrant, and visitors can expect to be pleasantly surprised time and time again. 

Hannas Seeds
City of Lacombe

Hannas Seeds

Nicholas Hannas founded Hannas Seeds in 1956. At that time, the business consisted of a small garden store that also sold hay and pasture seed to local farmers. Soon the company expanded its retail forage seed market and was beginning to develop a wholesale network of forage seed dealers. The purchase of a seed cleaning

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Lacombe Museum
Arts and Culture

Lacombe & District Historical Society

The Lacombe & District Historical Society (#6288), formerly known as Maski-pitoon Historical Society, was incorporated May 5, 1971. Before officially becoming a Society, the organization met to discuss the purchase of the Grace Methodist parsonage, the birthplace of Governor General Daniel Roland Michener. The purchase of the site occurred in 1972 and the restoration work

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Gull Lake Honey
Things To Do

Gull Lake Honey Company

The Gull Lake Honey Company is a family run honey farm committed to keeping strong and healthy bee colonies. We have an an artisan gift shop open year round, and also offer scenic views of a Bison Ranch and a petting zoo with various animals.  41113 Rg Rd 282 Lacombe, AB, Canada T4L 2N3(780) 916-2262EmailWebsite

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Discover Lacombe Region


Restaurant, street markets, art and culture abound in central Alberta. 

Discover our beautiful region, one adventure at a time.

Bentley Fair and Rodeo Days

Make your way to Lacombe in July for the annual Lacombe Days parade, culture and festivals. 


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