The Glaslyn Museum is located inside a restored 1926 CNR station house. Artifacts in the museum are primarily from the 1800s and include a London-made harp, Anglican missionary's bible, homesteaders' land records, North West Mounted Police articles and more. The museum also includes a 1940s army truck and fire truck and a wooden water tower from 1926.
“Exhibiting creativity in a contemporary rural environment.”
The Goodsoil Museum features an array of exhibits for all ages, includeing "Erna's Doll House," a collection of over 2,300 dolls old and new. A new attraction is the "Talent Room" where a local "son" Ron Greschner of the New York Rangers Hockey Team is featured, plus a Saskatchewan Hall of Famer- Adam Fetsch and many more local sports heros. There is also a main street with local businesses; and countless implements that helped build this many-faceted community. Many of these artifacts relate to fishing, lumbering, ranching and farming.
The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is teaching facility and a public gallery that is managed through the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Saskatchewan. It provides a venue for new work by artists and curators both within the department and the wider community.
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The Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre is located in the heart of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan. The Centre houses a museum, art gallery and the Shaunavon Branch of the Chinook Regional Library. Our collection is multi-disciplinary, including artifacts relating to thehuman history of Shaunavon, fine arts and natural history specimens of the area. A variety of programs and tours are offered in association with our collection, making us more than a collection of objects. Tours are offered on a regular basis throughout the year to school studentsand can also be provided to other groups upon request. Through our educational programming, we are able to provide opportunities for our public to enjoy the arts, as well as the natural history and the human history of our area.
The Gravelbourg and District Museum offers the history of Gravelbourf and the surrounding area including the medical collection of Dr. Antoine Soucy, sketches and paintings by renowned painted Charles Maillard, unique showpieces from the North West Mounted Police, and much more in over 3,000 square feet of exhibit space. Visit the museum and learn more about the fascinating history of Gravelbourg.
The Great Sandhills Museum is the gateway to the Great Sandhills. Museum staff will be pleased to tell you everything you need to know before starting your adventure on the dunes.
The Grenfell “Adare” Museum, located on a spacious lawn surrounded by trees and flowers, is a stately three storey Queen Anne revival style house built in 1904 by a local prominent businessman Mr. Edward Fitz-Gerald for his family.
The exterior features large windows, a huge turret, an eyebrow window, and a vine covered arbor; the interior features a curved oak staircase, three fireplaces, and bay windows; two staircases to the 2nd floor, and a narrow staircase to the attic which contains a large metal trough used to hold water for the plumbing.
The museum was officially opened in July 1973 after being restored and fully furnished as per that era. It was designated a Municipal Heritage House in 1981.
The museum has a wide collection of pioneer artifacts including a rope bed, a 1890 square grand piano, military display, a large topographical homestead map, a 1949 Fargo fire truck, and a B A gas station mural and pump; and histories of the country schools and churches of the area.
Gull Lake, SK
The Gull Lake Museum chronicles the history of the Gull Lake area and features three buildings of artifacts including a vintage home and schoolhouse.
The Harris Stopping Place was established in 1904 along the Old Bone Trail. The rail line came through 2 miles south of the stopping place in 1909, the store, post office and church were moved to their present location. Mr. Harris was the first postmaster. This place was incorporated as a village in 1909 becoming what is now Harris. Much has happened and many changes have taken place in 100 years. The Harris Museum tells the story of the area and contains a variety of exhibits including a local nature gallery with mounted animals, an original CN water tower, and CN caboose, plus "Ruby Rush" Rock.
Learn all about grain in this retired and refurbished 1928 pool elevator. Learn how an elevator operates and view displays chronicling the history of wheat in Saskatchewan including information about the Canadian National Railway and the Wheat Pool.
The Herbert Museum is a restored 1908 CPR station heritage building containing railway artifacts and a model railway system. The museum also features a pioneer cottage and pioneer school displays. Souvenirs, history books and tourism information is also available at the museum.
Located in a five-room school building, this museum features pioneer artifacts showcasing a general store, classroom, living room, hospital, church, farm equipment as well as a veteran's room and town history room.
Hudson Bay, SK
Come visit the past by walking through the Hudson Bay Museum. Located in the former Stone School, one of the town's heritage buildings, displays include a tea room, kitchen, living room, doctor’s office, drugstore, hair salon, school room and general store. A First Nations display and wildlife display are featured as well.
Housed in the city's first post office building, constructed in 1912 and a designated heritage site, the museum features three floors of exhibits that chronicle the history of the area. Features include a replica of the 1878 Humboldt Telegraph Station, that served as a communications post during the resistance at Batoche in 1885, an exhibit on the St. Peter's colony, and more.
Indian Head, SK
Located at 610 Otterloo Street in the historic 1907 Indian Head Fire Hall, the museum is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of Indian Head's past. The museum houses exhibits on two floors in the main Fire Hall Building, in the Back Room (formerly a horse stable), the Museum Yard, the Military Building, the Country Garage, the Carpenter and Blacksmith shops. Two exhibits that shouldn't be missed are the Jubilee School and the Bell Barn Cottage.
The Ituna Museum tells the story of the town of Ituna and the surrounding area. Artifacts include articles pertaining to Ukrainian Heritage, a religious collection and First Nations artifacts.
Maple Creek, SK
The Jasper Cultural & Historical Centre is located in the centre of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. It was built as the town's school, Jasper Street School, in 1910 and educated hundreds of local students until 1986. The building was constructed with locally-made bricks and the interiors still have the original molded-tin ceilings and hardwood floors.The Museum has developed themed display rooms where visitors can view an actual railway station house, or a one-room school house, or a collection of Heritage saddles and Charlie Russell's pictures.
The former Power Building is a Municipal Heritage Property located north of Highway 5 on the outskirts of Kamsack. The property features a one-storey industrial building constructed of brick, which now serves as the museum.