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Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre

Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre
Limited Wheelchair AccessMajor Credit Card(s)Conference RoomsModern Washrooms

Box 328
Duck Lake, SK  S0K 1J0

Trails of 1885 Attraction. Features artifacts pertaining to the 1885 Metis Resistance and First Nation-Metis-Pioneer society 1870 - 1905. Gift shop featuring Glen Scrimshaw artwork, 24 m viewing tower, theatre, parking and picnic areas. Bilingual tours.


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Box 328
Duck Lake, SK  S0K 1J0

Tel: (306) 467-2057
Toll Free: 1(866) 467-2057

Email: duckmuf@sasktel.net
Website: www.dlric.org

5 Anderson Ave, adjacent to Hwy 11.

Grocery, bakery, gas. 57km S of Prince Albert, 91km N of Saskatoon.

17-May-2014 to 1-Sep-2014

Rate details: $4.50 adults, $3.50 seniors, $2.50 youth. 25% discount for groups of 12 or more. Family admission $12 includes 2 adults and children under 18 years.

Hours of operation: Daily 10am - 5:30pm; remainder of year by appointment.

Limited wheelchair access
Tourist information
Meeting rooms
Gift shop
Picnic area
Service in French

Geocaching

Self-guided tour
Guided tour
Step-on guide service
Tours upon request

Group tour services
Student group services
Group rates
Bus parking
Driver admission complimentary
Escort admission complimentary
Guide services
Estimated viewing time (hours): 1.5
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: Please call ahead for group tours. Driver and escort admission complimentary with groups over 12 persons.

Museums Association of Saskatchewan member

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