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Saskatoon, SK

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Saskatoon WDM - 1910 Boomtown


Transport yourself back to a time when the clip-clop of horses
filled the air. You don't just visit this museum, you live it!

Click the image below for a virtual tour of Boomtown Street.360 Virtual Tour

Boomtown Street virtual tour
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92 Million Year Old Crocodile Visits WDM
LAST DAY to see it March 29

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The Noble ExperimentFebruary 4 - March 29, 2015


Easter Break Activities at the WDM
April 7-12Wagon ride


Stories of Courage: Saskatchewan Second World War Veterans Remember on now at Saskatoon WDM

The WDM is proud to support the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport’s Military Heritage Project which honours Second World War veterans.

Watch the videos at the Saskatoon WDM until March.

Or, view the Stories of Courage: Saskatchewan Second World War Veterans Remember video series online -->


Saskatoon WDM to Build New Exhibit on Boomtown

The addition of the Edwards Funeral Home, with its roots dating back over 100 years, is in keeping with the Boomtown theme. Like museums everywhere, the WDM strives to present historically accurate exhibits – even when the subject matter may be complex or difficult. Dealing with death and grief is a universal experience, and death was an ever-present reality in 1910 Boomtown, as it is today.

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Go behind-the-scenes to see how we build this exhibit -->

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