Top Picks: Indoor Historical Fun

We are truly blessed in Saskatchewan. Every year, without ever getting on a plane or into a car, we are transported to a whole new world. In this world of winter, ice crystals make the crisp, clean air sparkle and dance. Fresh, soft snow turns everything it touches white. This doesn’t mean we have to stop exploring though. In fact, this is the perfect time to move indoors and discover what these top attractions have to offer.    


Tunnels of Moose Jaw
Moose Jaw
Beneath the streets of Moose Jaw, stories of the tunnels come alive! Choose from two guided theatrical tours. One reveals the “Chicago Connection” between the city’s bootlegging past and its alleged association with Al Capone. The other shares the harrowing story of Chinese immigrants in Canada and their “Passage to Fortune.”


Western Development Museum
Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton
Transport yourself back in time at the Western Development Museum (WDM) and enjoy a different experience at each location. From agriculture and immigration to a 1910 boomtown and the history of transportation, there is something for everyone to enjoy. When you go to a WDM you don’t just visit, you live it! 


Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Regina
Explore Saskatchewan and your world – past, present and future. The museum proudly showcases exhibits that feature the province’s rich natural and human history. The Life Sciences, Earth Sciences and First Nations galleries will whisk you away into a world of discovery.