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402 - 3rd Avenue S
Saskatoon Location: 326 - 11th St E. One block from South Saskatchewan River in Nutana area, Saskatoon.
Limited Wheelchair Access
Marr Residence, the oldest building in Saskatoon still at its original location, earned a special place in Canada's history in 1885. The house served as a field hospital for victims of the Northwest Resistance. Enjoy tours and special events for the whole family.

FALL 2015 PROGRAM: Sun, Oct 18 and Sun, Nov 15, 1 - 4pm - Come join us this fall at the Marr Residence for a Victorian Sewing Circle. You are invited to bring your historical sewing project and to spend the afternoon sewing, planning, and sharing information about historical costuming in Saskatoon. Basic sewing equipment (straight stitch machines and pressing equipment), light refreshments, tours of the house. Sun, Dec 6, 1 - 4pm - Make a beautiful ornament for your Christmas tree, using a glass ball and seasonal fabric. Program suitable for all ages. The house will be decorated for a pioneer Christmas.

18-Oct-2015 to 6-Dec-2015

Rates & Hours of Operation

  • No admission charge

On-Site Amenities & Services

  • Limited wheelchair access

Arts & Culture Events

  • History and Folklore
  • Pioneer / Agricultural Activities
  • RCMP / Military