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Athol Murray College of Notre Dame Archives & Museum

Athol Murray College of Notre Dame
Full Wheelchair AccessModern Washrooms

50km S of Regina on Hwy 39, Wilcox.

Renowned for its fine academics, athletics and spirituality, the college was founded by "Pere" (Father) Athol Murray. Dedicated museum recounts the history and includes items dating back to the 1300s. See the Rex Beach Repository, St. Augustine Church, Canada Park and Duncan McNeill Arena. Wall of Fame showcases the 90 plus athletes who played in the National Hockey League.

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Box 100
Wilcox, SK  S0G 5E0

Tel: (306) 732-1275 / (306) 732-2080

Long Creek Golf and Country Club, Dunnet Regional Park, Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site, Heritage House at Avonlea. Corner Gas set at Rouleau.

Open Year Round

Admission by donation
Hours of operation: Museum open Mon to Fri 9am - 4pm, evenings and weekends by appointment. Open weekends during summer. Group tours must be arranged.

Full wheelchair access
Modern washroom

Guided tour
Tours upon request

Group tour services
Student group services
Bus parking
Driver admission complimentary
Escort admission complimentary
Guide services
Estimated viewing time (hours): 2
Minimum group size: 2
Maximum group size: 60
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: Donations gratefully accepted; $3/person usual donation.

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

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