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List of Museums

South East Military Museum

Committed to the preservation and remembrance of the Military Personnel who served their country in time of Peace and of War. Focusing on the South East of Saskatchewan. Created to

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Southey & District Museum

Museum displays feature Aboriginal and early settlers’ artifacts, mannequins. Homestead setting circa 1900s. “Pete’s corner” displays first rock picker. Windmill and unique farm equipment. First school (1906) of Southey is

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Spiritwood and District Museum

The Spiritwood Museum features exhibits that depict early lifestyles of the area in regards to pioneers, the diversification of nationalities and cultures, with a strong emphasis on agriculture. The permanent

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Spy Hill Museum

The Spy Hill Museum is a two building museum complex which includes displays from prehistoric days to the war years, and store, parlour, kitchen, bedroom, church and military displays as

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St. Brieux Museum

The St. Brieux Museum tells the story of the initial settlement of the area by French settlers in 1904, and the development of the district. The museum also features items

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St. Walburg Museum

The St. Walburg Museum contains photos, furniture, tools, dishes, records & household items portraying the founding of the local area, from pioneer days to 1945. Location Notes Main Street and

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Star City Heritage Museum

The Star City Museum is full of artifacts relevant to the area’s history. Exhibits include historical photographs, furniture, clothing, and farm machinery as well as artifacts from both World Wars.

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Sturgis Station House Museum

The Sturgis Station House Museum strives to collect artifacts and archival materials of historical or cultural significance which hold documentary evidence, past and present, of the people and their activities

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Swift Current Museum

Located just off the Trans-Canada Highway in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, the Swift Current Museum is operated by the City of Swift Current.  Since 1937, the Museum has collected artifacts

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