Reynold Rapp Museum
Phone: 306-872-2276 Town Office
The Reynold Rapp museum is a designated heritage property and the former home of Reynold Rapp, Member of Parliament from 1958-1968. In 1972, Rapp donated his residence to serve as the town's museum.
The Reynold Rapp Museum contains artifacts from the Spalding area, and memorabilia from Rapp's time in parliament as Conservative Whip. The museum also contains displays chronicling both World Wars.
1st St. South
July – August
Open on request.
Admission: Free, donations accepted.