Tourism Saskatchewan

Addison Sod House

Addison Sod House
Limited Wheelchair AccessModern Washrooms

16km N of Kindersley on Hwy 21 and 10.4km E.

Built 1909 - 11 by English immigrant James Addison, this original sod house was continously occupied by family until 2007. The walls are four feet thick at the base and taper to three feet at the top. Designated a National Historic Site and Provincial Heritage Site, this privately owned home is open for guidedd tours by prior arrangement.

5529 - 50th Avenue
LLOYDMINSTER, SK  S9V 0R2

Tel: (306) 463-3364
Email: lmctagg@sasktel.net

Johnson's Great Wall of Saskatchewan at Smiley, Ancient Echoes Interpretive Centre - Tea Room at Herschel, Lemsford Ferry Regional Park.

Open Year Round

Admission by donation

Limited wheelchair access
Picnic area

Guided tour
Bus tour
Tours upon request

Group tour services
Bus parking
Estimated viewing time (hours): 2
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: Please call ahead to arrange guided tours at(306) 463-3364.

Provincial Heritage Property Designation

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