Tourism Saskatchewan

Clayton McLain Memorial Museum

Clayton McLain Memorial Museum
Limited Wheelchair AccessModern Washrooms

101A Hill Ave, W side of Cut Knife in Tomahawk Park.

Museum showcases local history including the events of 1885 at Cut Knife Creek. The park includes a collection of 14 historical buildings, gift shop, World's Largest Tomahawk and trout pond. Tours to Battle of Cut Knife Hill National Historic site on request. Directions to the "glacial erratic" (boulder) near Rockhaven.


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Box 8, 101A Hill Avenue
Cut Knife, SK  S0M 0N0

Tel: (306) 398-2345
Email: cmmmuseum@gmail.ca
Website: www.cmmmcutknife.ca

Campground adjacent to museum.

15-Jun-2014 to 15-Sep-2014

Rate details: $5 adults, $3 children, $15 family. School rates $2/student; group rates $4/person.
Hours of operation: Wed to Sun 9am - 5pm, other times by appointment.

Limited wheelchair access
Tourist information
Gift shop
Picnic area

Self-guided tour
Guided tour
Tours upon request

Group tour services
Group rates
Estimated viewing time (hours): 2
Minimum group size: 10
Maximum group size: 50
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: One week prior notice requested.

Museums Association of Saskatchewan member
Canadian Museum Association member
Saskatchewan Council of Archives Member

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