Attractions in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan’s attractions are varied and compelling, reflecting our rich history, colourful culture, physical beauty and boundless imagination.
Over 250 museums in every corner of our province proudly describe our past, while university-led cutting edge research helps define our future. Art galleries display collections that bring our many cultures to life, from First Nations' traditions to modern experimental styles. The serene natural beauty of Saskatchewan is enhanced by conservatories and wildflower gardens.
Science centres, mineral spas, river cruises, or dinosaur digs – if you like interesting, you’ll be interested in Saskatchewan.
A Walking Tour of the Historic Settlement of Prince Albert
3700 2nd Avenue W
PRINCE ALBERT, SK
A walking tour highlighting 32 landmarks and buildings in the historic downtown area. Tour includes St. Paul's Presbyterian Church and the Prince Albert Historic Museum.
Batoche National Historic Site
Features archaeological remains of the village of Batoche, the church of St. Antoine de Padoue, rectory, Caron homestead, trenches used by Middleton's army and Metis rifle pits. Visitor Centre includes exhibit area and multi-media theatre show. Snackbar and gift shop on site.
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
2445 Albert Street
College Avenue & Albert Street
Experience the wonder of Saskatchewan's outdoors. Discover wild animals, extinct creatures, geology, fossils and First Nations culture. Three galleries are featured: First Nations, Earth Sciences and Life Sciences. Visit soon! Visit often!
RCMP Heritage Centre
5907 Dewdney Avenue West
Visit Canada's newest heritage attraction. Immerse yourself in the great Canadian story of the RCMP told through the use of interactive exhibits, multimedia presentations, and engaging programming and tours. Open year round, with gift shop and concession.
2900 Wascana Drive, Wascana Centre
Visit Wascana Place to learn more about ongoing events and activities in Wascana Centre, information, public exhibits and the Joe Moran gallery.
Summer Hours: Open 7 days a week from 8:00 am
MacKenzie Art Gallery
3475 Albert Street
Collection of art from historical to contemporary Canadian, American and International artists. Major touring exhibits. Gallery shop and unique facility space available.
4607 Dewdney Avenue
Tour the restored 1891 magnificent mansion and the former residence of the Lieutenant Governor, visit the new interpretive centre, or relax in the tranquil setting of the conservatory. Visit the gift shop and take home a souvenir.
Fort Battleford National Historic Site
Fort Battleford offers tours of five original NWMP buildings, daily historic weapons demonstrations and a variety of special events.
9:00am - 5:00pm daily May through September
Meewasin Valley Trail
Throughout the river valley within the city. Saskatoon SK
Cycle, jog, cross-country ski or walk over 21km of riverbank trails through beautifully landscaped parks and natural areas.
Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame
2610 Lorne Avenue Saskatoon SK
Photographs and citations of individuals who have been recognized for their contributions to the welfare and improvement of agriculture in Saskatchewan.
Jan - Apr 10:00am - 4:00pm, Apr - Dec 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wanuskewin Heritage Park
5 km north of Saskatoon on Wanuskewin Road RR#4 Saskatoon SK
Experience the wonder of WANUSKEWIN! A cultural place where you can unwind, relax and seek peace of mind. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and amazing trails where people walked over 6,000 years ago. Come and learn about the First Nations culture and don’t forget to visit our restaurant highlighting a new menu.