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Birch Hills and District Historical Society

Birch Hills Historical Society Museum
Food Service / RestaurantLimited Wheelchair AccessConference RoomsModern Washrooms

Former hospital building, 7 Wilson St, Birch Hills.

Agricultural, household, taxidermy, war veterans, arts and crafts, and hospital ward exhibits. Extensive collection of Saskatchewan local history books. Acreage with log barn, milk house and vintage farm machinery display. Thrift shop located in basement. Annual threshing and family fun day in Aug.

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Box 693
Birch Hills, SK  S0J 0G0

Tel: (306) 749-2262 / (306) 749-2500

Thrift Shop in basement, Memorial Wall. Halfway between Prince Albert and Melfort.

Open Year Round

Free admission
Hours of operation: Museum, Wed 2 - 4pm; other times by appointment by calling Shirley at (306) 749-2500, Millie at (306) 749-3286, or Marilyn (306) 749-2286. Thrift Shop, Wed 9am - 4pm.

Limited wheelchair access
Meeting rooms
Food service
Modern washroom

Self-guided tour
Guided tour
Tours upon request

Group tour services
Student group services
Bus parking
Driver admission complimentary
Guide services
Estimated viewing time (hours): 2
Minimum group size: 5
Maximum group size: 50
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: Please phone 306-749-2226,306-749-2500, 306-749-3286, or 306-749-2286 to arrange group tours. Food service available.

Museums Association of Saskatchewan member

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