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List of Museums

F. T. Hill Museum

The F. T. Hill Museum was founded by Mr. Fred T. Hill who published the Weekly Courier in Riverhurst for 48 years. Mr. Hill had an extensive collection of guns,

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Foam Lake Museum

Located in a historic brick building circa 1926, the Foam Lake Museum contains a variety of artifacts relevant to the history of the area. The museum also features “Douglas House,”

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Fort Qu’Appelle Museum

The Fort Qu’Appelle museum is made up of three connected buildings, including part of the Hudson’s Bay Company Chief Factor’s house from the trading post, and two more modern additions.

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Fred Light Museum

Explore and dive into history through our many themed rooms. Themes in the museum include: The Battleford Room, Ye Old General Store, The Firearms Room, Gasoline Alley, The School Room,

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Frenchman Butte Museum

The museum is based upon a collection of guns, arrowheads and other pioneer artifacts gathered by the late Lloyd Furman, who spent many years collecting artifacts. Originally, it was housed

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Friends of the Forestry Farm House

The Superintendent’s Residence, affectionately known as ‘the red brick house’, was the focal point of the Sutherland Forest Nursery Station which, from 1913 to 1965, occupied the site of the Saskatoon Forestry

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Gabriel Dumont Institute

“To promote the renewal and development of Métis culture through research, materials development, collection and distribution of those materials and the design, development and delivery of Métis-specific educational programs and

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Gallery on 3rd

The Gallery on 3rd is operated by the Watrous and Area Arts Council traveling art shows are displayed as well as the works of local artists. Tucked inside the gallery

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Glaslyn & District Museum

The Glaslyn Museum is located inside a restored 1926 CNR station house. Artifacts in the museum are primarily from the 1800s and include a London-made harp, Anglican missionary’s bible, homesteaders’

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Godfrey Dean Art Gallery

We are located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, on Treaty 4, land of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota, and homeland of the Métis Nation. Through art exhibitions, workshops, education,

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Goodsoil Historical Museum

The Goodsoil Museum features an array of exhibits for all ages, includeing “Erna’s Doll House,” a collection of over 2,300 dolls old and new. A new attraction is the “Talent

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Gordon Snelgrove Art Gallery

The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is teaching facility and a public gallery that is managed through the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Saskatchewan. It provides a

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