Saskatoon Museum of Military Artifacts
Nestled on the lower floor of the Nutana Legion, the Saskatoon Museum of Military Artifacts is a little-known gem, that tells the stories of local veterans and pays tribute to their service.
Packed full of military memorabilia the museum features a WW1 German trench mortar, a rare WW1 nurses’ uniform, a 1:6 scale trench display model, and much more.
This museum is a registered charity that provides an opportunity for the safe and secure storage and display of military artifacts and memorabilia. Items are primarily donated by veterans, family members of veterans, others who are interested collectors, and many Legion members.
In addition, the museum helps educate all generations of the community; with particular emphasis on youth. School and community groups are welcome to tour the museum, by appointment, to learn about their local history and connecting it to the wider world.
We look forward to welcoming you.
3021 Louise Street
January – December
Thursdays 1pm-4pm and Saturdays 3pm-5pm
Admission: $5 adults, $2 children