Declared a national historic site in 1923, the site features the remains of the Metis village of Batoche, the site of an armed conflict between the Metis Provisional Government and the Government of Canada in 1885. The site features the restored church and rectory of the parish of St.-Antoine-de-Padoue, built before 1885. The site features an Interpretive Centre and guided tours are offered daily during the summer months.
88 km N.E. of Saskatoon; 26 km from Rosthern; 20 km from Duck Lake
May – September
May 15 – September 15:
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Days may vary in the months of May and September, please call ahead.