Morse Museum & Cultural Centre
The Morse Museum and Cultural Centre, housed in a large, majestic brick 1912 schoolhouse, is a designated Municipal Heritage Property. Formlerly the town's school, the Morse Heritage Association, has won many awards for the adaptive reuse of the building. The beautiful old school is once again a hub of activity and a focal point in our small town, continuing to serve the community as a learning institution.
While one tours the spacious facility, you can take time for tea in the Victorian Heritage Parlour, shop at the gift shop, “Country Cupboard Gifts”, selling only Saskatchewan made arts and crafts. The art gallery features works from artists both local and abroad.
The museum houses thousands of interesting artefacts detailing the history of the pioneer ere in the West. A replica of a 1912 classroom, and authentic kitchen, living room and bedroom, are just some of the things featured here.
410 McKenzie Street
April – December
Open from April 15th - December 15th. Visit website or call for hours of operation.
Admission: Free, donations accepted.