Biggar Museum & Gallery
The Biggar Museum gathers the history of Biggar and surrounding area and makes it available to the public. Whether you are learning about early Saskatchewan settlers in school, researching the history of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad, or digging up your own family history, the Biggar Museum wants to help!
The Royden Donahue Exhibit Gallery is the central focus of the Museum, and contains educational exhibits and a reading room for your researching needs. We are also home to the Credit Union Art Gallery where, in partnership with the Biggar District Arts Council, we bring Visual Arts to the community. In the Credit Union Gallery you can expect to see both fabulous local artists and renowned Canadian artists whose works are relevant and interesting to the rural community.
Collection Highlights: Gus Froese Mural / Sandra Schirler items / Chinese laundry / Archeological artifacts / Grand Trunk Pacific nd Canadian National Railway.
105 3rd Avenue West
January – December
Hours of Operation:
September - June: Monday - Friday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
July - August: Tuesday - Saturday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Admission: By donation.