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Top 13 Attractions in Saskatchewan

  • The History of Transportation Museum is part of the Western Development Museums found throughout Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located on Diefenbacker Drive in Moose Jaw. It is open from nine to five year round, however from January to March it is closed on Mondays. The prices are $8.50 for adults and $5.75 for students. You can get a discount if you travel as a family or pre-book your group. You can also find discounts through community coupons in the Moose Jaw area.

    This museum showcases all the means of transport that were utilized in Canada from its earliest settlers up to the modern aviation age ...

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  • A visit to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in on the waterfront in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada will give you a tour of the law making process of the province. Seven days a week there are free tours for the general public and school groups. They begin every half hour during the operating times of the building: 8am to 5pm during the winter and 8am to 9pm during the summer. Individual visitors can drop by but groups should book ahead.

    During your tour you can also read a Parliamentary Education brochure or watch a similarly themed video on request ...

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  • You can access the underground tours of the Tunnels of Moose Jaw on Main Street in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. These tunnels were dug nearly one hundred years ago as service tunnels between buildings and the railroad station. Tales are attached to them concerning early Chinese immigrants, boot leg gin, and even the famous Al Capone. Some of the tunnels are block up today, but you can still take one of two interactive underground tours year round.

    Pre book your tunnel tour because space is limited ...

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  • Voted as one of the wonders of Canada, the prairie sky can be a breathtaking visual experience. During the day or at night, the prairies, with it's never ending landscape, opens up the sky's horizon in an impressive and unforgettable way. ...

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  • The MacKenzie Art Gallery is located in Regina, Saskatchewan on Albert Street. The gallery is open seven days a week but hours change on weekends and holidays, so be sure to check before visiting. Admission is free most of the time; occasionally a special exhibit will be showing that will ask for a cover charge. Free parking is available and the entire gallery is wheelchair accessible.

    The MacKenzie Art Gallery is committed to sharing the world's artistic heritage with the people of Saskatchewan ...

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  • The RCMP, or Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Heritage Centre is located on Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is open to the public seven days a week from 10am to 5pm during the winter and a few hours longer during the summer. Admission for adults is $12; students and seniors can get in for $10 and an even deeper discount applies to RCMP employees and veterans.

    The RCMP Heritage Centre is located at the cadet academy or Depot Division. While the Mounties have been in action for 135 years, the centre only opened in 2007 ...

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  • The 1910 Boomtown Museum is run by the Saskatoon Western Development Museum. It is located at Lorne Avenue South in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is open seven days a week from 9am to 5pm. However it is closed on Mondays from January to March and on most major holidays. Adults are $8.50 and students are $5.75, but there is a family price of $18.50. You can also get a member's discount or take advantage of several community coupon offers.

    The 1910 Boomtown Museum is a living history museum that captures the spirit of rough and tumble Saskatchewan ...

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  • In North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada, you can take a tour of Western Development's Heritage Farm and Village Museum. It is located just south of the airport. The indoor exhibits are open year round, seven days a week from 9am to 5pm. The outdoor exhibits are open the same hours from May to September. Admission is $8.50 for adults and $5.75 for students. An entire family can get in for the reduced rate of $18.50. There are also group rates available.

    At the Heritage Farm and Village Museum you will be able to see many exhibits about the history of Canadian agriculture ...

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  • The Story of People Western Development Museum is located on Hwy 16 W in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. It is open every day from 9am to 5pm except for Mondays during the winter. It is also closed on most major holidays. Prices are currently $5 for adults, $4 for seniors, and $3 for children. They will remain this way until construction for a new exhibit is finished. You can also get free admission if you become a Western Development Museum member.

    This museum commemorates the different cultural backgrounds of the people who originally settled western Canada ...

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  • The Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre is dedicated to preserving one of Canada's native birds, the endangered burrowing owl. The centre is located in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, the heart of the owl's territory. It was opened in 1997; it stays open from 10 to 6 every day during the summer. During the winter months it is staffed by the director on weekdays from 8 to 5 so you should call ahead if you want a tour. The entire facility is free to the public.

    The Interpretive Centre exists to educate the public not only about the lives of burrowing owls, but also to make them aware of the delicate balance that is required by a prairie ecosystem ...

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  • The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is located on Albert Street in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is open seven days a week year round. During the winter months it is open from 9am to 4:30pm. From May to Labour Day it is open until 5:30pm. Admission is by donation only, however the suggested contribution is $6 for adults, $3 for children, and $15 for families. While the exhibits are displayed in English, French language translations are available on request. The entire facility is handicap accessible ...

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  • The Saskatchewan Government House is located on Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 4pm throughout the year. During its operation a tour begins every hour. Individuals can just arrive, but groups of ten or more should book in advance. The entire facility is handicap accessible and admission is free.

    Government House is the restored residence of Lieutenant Governor Amédée Forget when he was ruling the western edges of Canada for the Crown ...

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  • * Regular pre-pandemic touristic activity level.

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