Wanuskewin Heritage Park|
Wanuskewin Heritage Park is a National Historic Site situated 5 km north of Saskatoon. It is an aboriginal archaeological site and features displays, special events and activities.
The Mendel Art Gallery
Is situated on the bank of the South Saskatchewan River and is currently undergoing a major renovation to be completed in the fall of 2004.
Museum of Natural Sciences
The highlight of this museum is the 20 foot high T-Rex skeleton. Exhibits of other live mammals, bird, fish, and reptiles, minerals and exotic plants are showcased as well.
The Royal Canadian Legion, Nutana
Showcasing artifacts and memorabilia from the first and second World Wars, Korea War and peace time activities. Lounge available, with meals served and children permitted.
Saskatchewan Railway Museum
Experience the history of Saskatchewan's railway first hand. Display's include diesel locomotives, street cars, rolling stock, railway buildings and other railway artifacts. Rides available on operating railway motor cars. Open from Victoria Day weekend to September 30, hours vary with season. Admission for adults is $2.00, youth 6 to 16 is a $1.00, under 6 get in for free.
St. Thomas Art Gallery
Located on the second floor of St. Thomas More College. The majority of artists that show work here are local, usually with some university training or have seriously studied art under qualified instructors. All works are original. Open from September 15th until April 30th.
An artist-run establishment. The gallery focuses on the growth, dissemination and experimentation of contemporary art. Open to the general public. Admission is free.