Local Attractions


Wanuskewin is a National Heritage site which celebrates Metis and Plains First Nations Cultures. Today we celebrate over 6000 years of history on this land, through programs, exhibits, art, cuisine, plus over 6 km of hiking trails.

Beaver Creek Conservation Area

This conservation area, 13 km south of Saskatoon on Highway 219, lets you discover prairie, forest, sheltered creek, and river valley habitats on four nature trails. Explore the Interpretive Centre, try feeding the chickadees by hand, and take in one of the regular interpretive programs offered throughout the year.

Blue Mountain Adventure Park

Adventure awaits all year round! During Green Season: Ziplines, Horseback Tours, Aerial Course, Wall Climbing, Paintball, Archery, Axe throwing, Canoeing and so much more! Camping available and Cabin Rentals. Now Featuring New ZipTime! 90 minutes of UNLIMITED Ziplining. In the Winter Season: Tubing Hill with lift, Cross Country Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Ice Skating, Hockey Camps and much more!

Western Development Museum

The Western Development Museum’s facilities are situated in Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories and the Homeland of the Métis. The provincial boundaries for Saskatchewan also include Treaty 2, Treaty 5, Treaty 8 and Treaty 10 territories.

Meewasin Valley

miýwâsin is nȇhiyawȇwin/Cree for ‘it is beautiful’ .Meewasin is a non-profit organization that exists to ensure a healthy and vibrant river valley, with a balance between human use and conservation, for the benefit of present and future generations, in Saskatoon & area. Created in 1979 by an Act of the Government of Saskatchewan, The Meewasin Valley Authority Act, Meewasin is a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving the cultural and natural resources of the South Saskatchewan River Valley.

Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo

Rekindle a sense of childhood wonder with a trip to the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo. Meet an impossibly cute mob of meerkats, the cheeky Goeldi's monkeys, majestic grizzly bears and many other species at Saskatchewan’s only CAZA accredited zoo. Little humans love to play at the Orano Fun Zone playground — it’s not just monkeys who like to swing and climb!

Wheatland Express Excursion Train

The Wheatland Express operates an hour from the major centers of Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Melfort in the communities of Cudworth and Wakaw, Saskatchewan. Climb aboard our historic rail cars and experience the prairies in a whole new way! From the vast prairie skies and rolling fields of agriculture to Saskatchewan's music, theatre, and culinary talents to delight you on the journey, Wheatland Express Excursion Train is sure to a favourite attraction for guests of all ages.

Remai Modern

Remai Modern is a public art museum in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The art museum is situated along the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River, at the River Landing development in Saskatoon's Central Business District.

Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park is a gently undulating landscape of spruce bogs, large lakes, and aspen-dotted uplands. It's a hot spot for wildlife watching. The park's northern forests have Canada's second largest colony of white pelicans at Lavallée Lake, a roaming herd of Sturgeon River plains bison, plus moose, wolves, black bears, fox, lynx, caribou, and eagles. In the southern parklands, you'll find elk, deer, badgers, coyotes, and squirrels. The park also has one of the best beaches in Saskatchewan: Waskesiu Main Beach.

Fort Walsh National Historic Site

Fort Walsh National Historic Site was established in 1875 under the direction of James Walsh. It was intended to stop the illegal whisky trade and became one of the most important posts in the West. During its life, the fort negotiated with the whisky traders, the native peoples, and the thousands of Sioux warriors who sought refuge in Canada after clashes with the U.S. cavalry.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Near the parklands of Wascana Centre around Wascana Lake.

Mackenzie Art Gallery

Near the parklands of Wascana Centre around Wascana Lake.

Batoche National Historic Site

Batoche was the headquarters of the famous Métis, Louis Riel, during the 1885 Northwest Rebellion. It is also where the rebellion finally came to an end, following a decisive battle. Displays illustrate the way of life of the Métis, events leading up to the rebellion, and the battle of May 1885.

Cypress Hills & Grasslands National Park

The highest point in Saskatchewan is in Cypress Hills, a vast tract of land in the province's southwest. The region encompasses premier outdoor attractions, including an inter-provincial park that straddles the Alberta-Saskatchewan border and Grasslands National Park, near the U.S. border. T.rex Discovery Centre