Luseland & District Museum

Box 434
Luseland, SK
Phone: (306) 372-4416
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The Luseland and District Museum tells the story of some of the area's most prominent residents, including R.O. Wyler, the "World Wheat King," Reine Kemel, an inductee to the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Vic Pearsall, a famous pilot of the north and inductee into the Western Aviation Hall of Fame. 

The museum also offers many other unique artifacts and displays, including a 1928 Chevrolet Coupe and one of the few remaining snowplanes built by Bill Warnock. 

The Luseland and District Museum also has a library of German and Russian history books and other materials available for geneological research. 

Activities throughout the year include Canada Day Celebrations, Culture Days and Music Day- featuring a dinner and concert. 

Location Notes

600 Grand Avenue

Operating Season

May – October


May - October,  1-4pm each Sat or by appointment.

Admission:  By donation.

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