Vintage Power Museum
Prince Albert, SK
Originally designed in 1980 to collect and display farming and logging artifacts from the Prince Albert District, the Vintage Power Museum eventually expanded to feature six historic wood-frame buildings which have been relocated to the site. The buildings all house a large collection of farming and lumbering implements and tell the story of early farming and logging as well as the history of the region.
Heritage buildings at the museum include a church, schoolhouse, general store, farmhouse, railway station and service station.
12 kilometres southwest of Prince Albert on Highway 2
May – September
Open seasonally during the summer months. Phone for operating hours.