Saskatoon Museum of Military Artifacts
This museum provides an opportunity for the safe and secure storage and display of military memorabilia. Memorabilia is primarily donated by veterans, family members of veterans, others who are interested collectors, and many Legion members. The museum also honours the men and women who participated in military conflicts and peacekeeping roles throughout Canada`s history.
Artifacts in the museum include a WW1 field surgical kit, a jacket of first NWMP Commissioner Lt. Col. French, and over 20 military dressed mannequins of the World Wars, Korea, and present-day Militia. A library of over 1,200 war history books is also available for reference.
The museum helps educate all generations of the community; with particular emphasis on youth. Several public and high school classes, along with their teachers, visit each year.
Collection Highlights: 1/6 scale WW1 Trench / Many rare artifacts from the boer war to Canada's peacekeeping missions.
3021 Louise Street
January – December
Thursday Afternoons: 1pm - 4pm. Call to make appointment for other times.
Admission: Free, donations accepted.