Tourism Saskatchewan

South East History

 Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site

History made Fun

Historic attractions in the South East Region are as varied as the scenery. Visit an 1880s Hudson’s Bay Company post at Fort Qu’Appelle, remnants of the fur trade at Last Mountain House, or a re-creation of Victorian England at Cannington Manor.

One of the most interesting spots is Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site. Here you will get a glimpse of pioneer life and the development of agriculture in Saskatchewan. The large homestead is a beautiful rural escape and the guided tours provide a fascinating learning experience.

Across this region, you will encounter an array of unique historic gems like the Broadview Museum, which displays an authentic log house. The RCMP Heritage Center, Royal Saskatchewan Museum and Government House Museum and Heritage Property, all in Regina, are must see attractions.