THE REMINGTON CARRIAGE MUSEUM IS PARTICIPATING IN THE RESTRICTION EXEMPTION PROGRAM.

  • The Remington Carriage Museum is participating in the Restrictions Exemption Program.
    • Visitors will be required to provide proof of vaccination, a negative rapid test result, or documentation of a medical exemption to enter the facility.
    • For information on how to access your vaccination records, visit https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-public-health-actions.aspx
  • Masking continues to be mandatory inside the Remington Carriage Museum.
  • Proof of vaccination can be either a paper or digital copy of your vaccine record.
    • Until Oct. 25, proof of partial vaccination (one dose) is acceptable as long as you received the dose more than two weeks before your visit.
    • After Oct. 25, proof of full vaccination (two doses) will be required.
    • For adults aged 18 and over, valid photo identification or personal identification that matches the vaccine record is also required.
      • Patrons or attendees must provide “personal identification” along with their proof of vaccination/medical exemption/negative test at the point of entry into a facility who has implemented the REP. The exception is that anyone under 18 would not be required to show identification.
      • "personal identification" means a valid:
        • birth certificate issued by a government of a province of Canada and including the photograph of the holder;
        • citizenship card;
        • driver's licence issued by a government of a province of Canada and including the photograph of the holder;
        • provincial or territorial issued identification card, including health card;
        • certificate of Indian Status;
        • Metis Nation of Alberta Association citizenship and identification card;
        • Inuit Status card;
        • passport attesting to citizenship or other national status, issued by a government of any jurisdiction and including a photograph of the holder;
    • Permanent Resident Card

The negative COVID-19 test results must be from a privately-paid, Health Canada approved rapid antigen, rapid PCR or lab-based PCR test completed within the previous 72 hours.