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Exhibits

Marvel at the power of massive steam engines, gleaming 1920s vehicles and the incredible natural resources of Saskatchewan. Feel the coziness of home and the neighbourly connection of a small town main street in the outdoor village. Stand in the shadow of an iconic grain elevator, a once-familiar sentinel in every prairie town.

  • Exhibit Hall

    Be inspired by the ingenuity and resilience of Saskatchewan people as you explore the North Battleford WDM. Old Abe the eagle, long time symbol of the J.I. Case machinery company, towers nearly four metres above a collection of vintage vehicles. Vignettes of rural life offer a glimpse into the world...

  • Winning the Prairie Gamble

    This exhibit celebrates 100 years of Saskatchewan. Events on the 1905 to 2005 timeline chronicle Saskatchewan achievements and challenges during the first 100 years of the province. Scan the northern forests and minerals underground in a display of Saskatchewan natural resources. The Theatre celebrates Saskatchewan people and places.

  • Heritage Village

    We have 100 acres (40 hectares), with over 30 homes and businesses representing the boom years of the 1920s - and a farmstead. The Heritage Village is closed for the season and will re-open in May 2020.

    Check out a few of the highlights.
  • One Canada: Diefenbaker’s Vision Travelling Exhibit

    November 12, 2019 - April 17, 2020 Produced by the Diefenbaker Canada Centre, One Canada: Diefenbaker's Vision explores Diefenbaker's goal to create an equitable country that derives strength from diversity. It sparks conversations about nationalism, identity, human rights, and how we as Canadians view our country as a unified nation....


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