Wetaskiwin is an active, rural city of approx. 12,500 people situated in the central heartland of the Province of Alberta. Wetaskiwin's ideal location, climate, clean environment, and industrious people make this community an ideal location to visit, live, work, and raise a family.
Wetaskiwin is home to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum, a museum dedicated to celebrating "the spirit of the machine", as well as the Wetaskiwin and District Heritage Museum which documents pioneer arrival and lifestyle in Wetaskiwin's early years. Located southeast of Wetaskiwin, the Alberta Central Railway Museum acknowledges the impact that the railway had on central Alberta. Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame is also located a short walk away from the museum. The Wetaskiwin Water Tower and the Wetaskiwin Peace Cairn, commemorating 60 years of peace between the Blackfood and Cree First Nations, are also popular attractions.