Tourism Saskatchewan

Southwest History

 Fort Walsh National Historic Site

Experience the Past

Moose Jaw proudly touts its rich and vibrant history at every turn. Aboard a 1911 replica of an electric street car, The Moose Jaw Trolley Company transports you into the historical heart of the city. History goes underground at Tunnels of Moose Jaw. Become one of Al Capone’s Bootleggers running bottles of illicit liquor on the Chicago Connection tour, or experience the Passage to Fortune tour that provides a glimpse into the lives led by Chinese immigrants struggling to make Canada their new home.

Wood Mountain Post Provincial Historic Park tells the story of Major James Walsh of the North West Mounted Police and how he negotiated with Sioux Chief Sitting Bull.

Take a guided tour of the Big Muddy Badlands, an awesome spectacle of nature’s architecture that conjures up images of the provinces “Wild West” history, where notorious cattle thieves used to hide out.

The T.rex Discovery Centre in Eastend affords glimpses into the ancient world of dinosaurs and the landscape they roamed. This Centre holds the largest complete skeleton of a T.rex in Canada, and gives visitors many opportunities to learn about the fascinating world of fossils.

Located in the Cypress Hills, Fort Walsh National Historic Site, a former North West Mounted Police/Royal Canadian Mounted Police post, is brought back to life during interactive tours.