UKRAINIAN MUSEUM OF CANADA
910 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H5 Directions
Ukrainian Museum of Canada is an enduring classic museum with a wide range of exhibits & artifacts relaying the story of Canada's first Ukrainian immigrants. The place has a lot of exponents & historical things and has some fascinating displays on show. The museum has an attractive and exciting display of the life of Ukrainian pioneers, artwork and a gallery about the internment of Ukrainians during WWI. The place even hosts various museum activities and special events throughout the year. Ukrainian Museum of Canada affords free admission for members & preschoolers for your convenience.
Activities and Special Events, Extensive Textiles Collection, Gift Shop, Galleries, Wedding Events, Collections Offices, Ukrainian Schoolbooks, Educational Programs, Workshop, School and Group Tours, Research Library & Exhibitions
Adults (16 and Over): $8
Seniors (60 Years and Better): $7
Children (Under 16): $6
Guided Tours (Minimum 15 People): $8
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MUSEUM OF ANTIQUITIES
107 Administration Place, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2 Directions
Museum of Antiquities is an archaeological museum situated at Administration Place in Saskatoon, SK. The Museum offers an opportunity to research ancient works and currently exhibits a wide variety of Greek and Roman sculptures and has a Near Eastern collection. It aims to provide an accurate and informative account of major Western civilizations' artistic accomplishments and epochs from about 3000 BC to 1500 CE. Museum of Antiquities exclusively has replicas of several well-known pieces, like the Rosetta Stone and the Venus de Milo.
Artifacts, Byzantine, Historical Site, Ancient and Medieval Adventures Camp, Workshops, Coin, Archaeological Museum, Hanson Islamic Collection, Educational Programs, Minden Glass, Egyptian & Collection of Near Eastern
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LITTLE STONE SCHOOLHOUSE
107 Wiggins Road, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5E4 Directions
Little Stone Schoolhouse is the famous historic building owned and operated by the Saskatoon Public School Division. You can visit and explore Saskatoon's first school and learn more about its history. The historical significance of the building is recognized by a preservation agreement. The school house's stonework represents the importance of education in the community and optimism for the future. Little Stone Schoolhouse is an ideal gathering place for religious, social and cultural events.
Dance Hall, Election Centre, Historical Place, Architectural Buildings, Meeting House, Library, Public Tours, Education & Open Houses