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Diefenbaker Canada Centre


PERMANENT EXHIBIT Centre exhibits examine the career and political legacy of John George Diefenbaker who served as a Saskatchewan MP from 1940-79 and Canadian prime minister from 1957-63. The museum is currently closed but some exhibits can be viewed online.

Museum of Antiquities

MacKinnon Building  306-966-7818

PERMANENT EXHIBITS Features replicas of ancient Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Near Eastern sculpture, along with original pottery, glass and coinage. The museum is currently closed, but does have online resources for people to access.

Museum of Natural Sciences

112 Science Place  306-966-4399

PERMANENT EXHIBIT A joint effort of the Departments of Biology and Geological Sciences, this museum examines the evolution of life on Earth throughout geological time. The museum is currently closed, but does have some online resources for people to access.

Nutrien Wonderhub

950 Spadina Cres. E.  306-249-3574

PERMANENT EXHIBITS The Wonderhub features a variety of interactive displays that provide opportunities for learning and fun for children in a safe and healthy manner. It also hosts classes, workshops and camps for children, along with special visiting times for low-sensory and immunocompromised children.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

R.R. #4, Penner Rd.  306-931-6767

PERMANENT EXHIBIT This National Historic Site is dedicated to celebrating traditional and contemporary Indigenous life and culture in Saskatchewan. On select days, there are special outdoor events including Guided Bison Tour, Archaeology Walk and Step Back in Time Walk. See website for details

Western Development Museum

2610 Lorne Ave.  306-931-1910

PERMANENT EXHIBITS One of four provincial museums commemorating settler history and culture in Saskatchewan, this museum includes displays related to transportation, agriculture and more.

EATON’S ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS Holiday exhibition celebrating the important role the Canadian department store once played in helping Canadians celebrate Christmas. (Until mid-January.)