Must Do Saskatoon
The City of Bridges…Paris of the Prairies…’Toon Town. No matter what you call it, Saskatoon should be at the top of your travel list any time of year. Its beautiful natural setting along the South Saskatchewan River, amazing culinary delights and top-notch attractions are just a few reasons to start planning your visit.
Broadway & Riversdale
These two neighbourhoods are full of historic charm. Broadway and Riversdale are full of a wide range of specialty shops and culinary flavours. If you like to get "local" then add these two areas onto your list.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Interpreting over 6000 years of Northern Plains Indian culture, Wanuskewin Heritage Park contains 19 pre-contact sites and two historic sites that offer a glimpse into the province’s past and its indigenous people. Walking trails take you past medicine wheels, tipi rings and a buffalo pound, while its interpretive program and cultural activities further enrich the experience.
Western Development Museum: 1910 Boomtown
Transport yourself back to a time when the clip-clop of horses filled the air and the rumble of steam engines was common. You don't just visit this museum, you live it!
Protecting the riverbanks of the South Saskatchewan River as it winds its way through Saskatoon, the Meewasin Valley offers outdoor opportunities for everyone. The Meewasin Trail system extends 64 kilometres along the river’s east and west banks, and was named one of the Top 10 Greatest Hikes in Canada in 2012.
A visit to Saskatoon is incomplete without a taste of the delicious berries for which the city is named. One of the best places to indulge is the Berry Barn, where you can wander the orchards, bite into a huge piece of saskatoon berry pie and purchase an array of saskatoon berry products.
Saskatoon Farmer’s Market
Members of Saskatoon’s Farmer’s Market have a mantra – ”Make it – bake it – grow it – sell it.” Open year-round, the market offers superb quality, locally produced agricultural products, baking, prepared foods and crafts.