Tourism Saskatchewan

Frenchman Butte Heritage Centre and Museum

Frenchman Butte Museum
Limited Wheelchair Access

In the picturesque hamlet of Frenchman Butte, 10km N of Hwy 3, on a bank overlooking the North Saskatchewan River.

The Frenchman Butte Museum consists of nine buildings including a CNR Railway Station, Lloyd Furman building, Leer log home, library, blacksmith shop, and Big Hill School; and a large collection of area artifacts. Purchase souvenirs and sample home baked goodies at the Log Cabin Tea House. Inquire about area tours to the historic Frenchman Butte Rifle Pits and Fort Pitt. Explore the awesome landscape in and around Frenchman Butte. The Heritage RV Park has onsite campground.

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Box 114
Frenchman Butte, SK  S0M 0W0

Tel: (306) 344-4478 / (306) 825-2246 (after hours)

Fort Pitt National Historic Park, National Historic Site of the Battle of Frenchman Butte 1885.

16-May-2015 to 1-Sep-2015

Rate details: $5 adults and seniors, $2 youth, children 12 years and under free. RV site $25.
Hours of operation: May 16 to Jun 30, Sat and Sun 9am - 6pm; Jul 1 to Sep 1, daily 9am - 5pm; remainder of year by appointment.

Limited wheelchair access
Tourist information
Picnic area
Pit toilet

Miniature golf

Trail brochure/Map
Guided tour
Bus tour
Step-on guide service
Tours upon request

Provincial Historic Park
National Historic Site

Group tour services
Student group services
Group rates
Bus parking
Driver admission complimentary
Guide services
Estimated viewing time (hours): 1
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: Tours of National and Provincial Historic Sites upon request. Prices starting at $50/group.

Museums Association of Saskatchewan member
Canadian Museum Association member

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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