I live in Calgary and yes, Gasoline Alley is certainly worth the price of admission. Some of the exhibits are so rare that I’d bet most auto enthusiasts never knew these makes/models existed. Best of all, Gasoline alley is located just inside the gates of Heritage Park, which is a time capsule of an entire turn-of-the-previous-century village complete with shops, a train, horses, paddle boat tours on the lake (actually a reservoir) and open-to-the-public heritage homes to visit. The only thing modern about this place is the prices. But if you want an even more mind-boggling experience you need to head about two hours north-east of Calgary to the town of Wetaskawin, which features the Reynold’s Transportation Museum. Named after its founder, WWII vet and former car dealer Stan Reynolds, this place is situated on the Wetaskawin Airport (a separate building that’s also part of the museum contains vintage aircraft) and features everything from 110-year-old farm tractors, classic cars, a 1930s-vintage gas station, classic cars, a 1932 Dodge Bros pickup that’s has the entire drivers’ side of the vehicle restored to pristine condition while the right-hand side is left in the completely-corroded bare-metal mess that the truck was in when it sat in a field for several decades, classic cars, a vehicle-restoration workshop staffed by volunteers, classic cars, a classic motorcycle display area, classic cars and horse-drawn carriages. And did I mention the classic cars?