Central - Duck Lake
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    5 Anderson Ave, adjacent to Hwy 11.
    Latitude: 52.81616° N,
    Longitude: -106.2209° W
    *For the 2020 season, the Duck lake Regional Interpretive Centre welcomes visitors starting July 1. Guided tours will not be offered due to COVID-19 restrictions, but onsite staff will gladly answer your questions about this historic region.

    The Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre features artifacts pertaining to the Northwest Resistance and First Nation-Metis-Settler history of 1870 - 1905. Theatre, 24-m viewing tower, parking and picnic areas and onsite gift shop featuring Glen Scrimshaw artwork. Bilingual tours.
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    Open Jul 1 to Labour Day.

    Open daily.

    Rates And Discounts

    $4.50 adults, $3.50 seniors, $2.50 youth. 25% discount for groups of 12 or more. Family admission $12 includes 2 adults and children under 18 years.
    • Family rates
    • Group rates

    Access

    • Country / Rural

    Services

    • Self-guided tour
    • Bus parking
    • Tourist information available
    • Estimated viewing time (hours): 1

    Amenities

    • Meeting rooms
    • Gift shop
    • Modern washroom
    • Picnic area

    Language Services

    • French

    Maps & Docs

    Contact Info

    Phone(s): 306-467-2057 | 1-866-467-2057 |
    duckmuf@sasktel.net

    Open Jul 1 to Labour Day.

    Open daily.

    5 Anderson Ave, adjacent to Hwy 11.

    Latitude: 52.81616° N, Longitude: -106.2209° W

    Central - Duck Lake

    *For the 2020 season, the Duck lake Regional Interpretive Centre welcomes visitors starting July 1. Guided tours will not be offered due to COVID-19 restrictions, but onsite staff will gladly answer your questions about this historic region.

    The Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre features artifacts pertaining to the Northwest Resistance and First Nation-Metis-Settler history of 1870 - 1905. Theatre, 24-m viewing tower, parking and picnic areas and onsite gift shop featuring Glen Scrimshaw artwork. Bilingual tours.

    SHOW MORE

    Location Information

    5 Anderson Ave, adjacent to Hwy 11.

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    lat. 52.81616° N, long. -106.2209° W

    Contact Info

    Phone: 306-467-2057 | 1-866-467-2057 |
    duckmuf@sasktel.net