August 18th, 2019 – Mid-May 2020: Open by appointment, bookings and reservations only.
We will be open daily from Mid-May 2020 to Mid-August 2020
As staff is limited, it is always best to call ahead or email your expected time of arrival.
The Bodo Archaeological Centre is located at 1 St. E and Railway Avenue in the hamlet of Bodo, Alberta, near the Alberta/Saskatchewan border. The Interpretive Centre is located in the school building on the east side of town. The centre has a working archaeology lab, a classroom, activity room, gift shop and outdoor activities.
There is no public access to the archaeological site. To access the site, you must be guided by a staff member of the Bodo Archaeological Site and Centre. There are no amenities in Bodo (no gas, restaurants or stores), but there is a serviced campground. The nearest town with all amenities is Provost, located about 30 min. north of Bodo.
You can reach Bodo via Highway 899. From Highway 899, turn east into town (it is well marked by signs) and continue straight on Railway Avenue until you see the school on your right.