Kinosayo Museum Mission Statement
The purpose of the museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the human and natural history of Kinuso and district. The district covers a large area, roughly from Swan Hills to Lesser Slave Lake, including Faust on the west and east as far as Canyon Creek.
The Kinosayo Museum has an outstanding collection that includes; fully restored Swan River School, a 1928 Twin City Tractor, and an exhibit of over 90 animals, birds and fish. This includes a seven foot nine inch standing mount of a Swan Hills Grizzly and what was once called the second largest non-typical mule deer in Alberta.