Whether your travelling for business or pleasure, when visiting Saskatoon, there are two major choices on where to stay — and more than 32,000 hotel rooms from which to choose! If you are here for a brief visit, then the airport strip is home to many excellent hotels. However, if it is an extended trip or business that takes you into the city, then you may want to consider staying at the many downtown Saskatoon hotels.
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Established in 1978, this gallery's primary emphasis is on senior and mid-career Saskatchewan artists. Art Placement presents a year-round exhibition schedule, alternating solo and group exhibitions.
Come to the Darrell Bell Gallery if you have an interest in professional Saskatchewan artists and contemporary Canadian art.
If you’re interested in Canada’s history, go to the Diefenbaker Canada Centre, located on the University of Saskatchewan campus.
Our special rental cars offers and low everyday rates assist you in keeping your travel plans within your budget.
If you enjoy equestrian sports, you’ll want to make a stop at Ebon Stables. This is an impressive year round equestrian facility with four show rings, portable fencing to change ring sizes, concession stand, covered picnic area, and seating for 200 people.
Go to the University of Saskatchewan Murray Building to see senior student art work at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery. Students in the Department of Art and Art History, as well as a variety of professional artists within the community have their works featured here.
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If you’d like to see the oldest building in Saskatoon, drive or walk by the Marr Residence at 326 11th Street East.
The Meewasin Valley authority was formed to develop and protect the South Saskatchewan River Valley and preserve elements of nature, heritage and culture in the valley.
The Mendel Art Gallery’s mission statement is charged with collecting, exhibiting, and maintaining works of art for the development of public understanding and appreciation of art.
This outstanding gallery features painted works by regionally and nationally acclaimed artists in a variety of media including oil, acrylic, watercolor, colored pencil, felted wool and hand-pulled prints.
For rail enthusiasts, the Saskatchewan Railway Museum in Saskatoon features six acres of displays include restored railway buildings, railway engine, and streetcars.
Saskatoon Motor Products has been serving the transportation needs of residents of Saskatoon for the last 45 years. At Saskatoon Motor Pruducts the concept is people helping people.
When you visit this museum, you’ll see the best of Canadian Ukrainian culture displayed. The museum features exhibits, tours, workshops and a unique boutique. Guided tours are available for large groups.
One of the city’s major landmarks, the steel Victoria Bridge, was opened in 1907 as the city’s first traffic bridge that crosses the South Saskatchewan River and connects the three communities that became present day Saskatoon.
The “Little Stone School House” or Victoria School House was originally built in 1888. The building consists of one large classroom, was heated by a pot-bellied iron stove and had an ante-room for clothes and equipment.
Wanuskewin is a national historic Park situated along the South Saskatchewan River. It is a living, sacred cultural site which honors native people who lived here 6000 years ago.
Did you know, that according to a national survey by the Council for Business and the Arts in Canada, the Western Development Museum maintains more exhibit area than any other public museum in Canada, with 25,000 square metres (270,000 square feet) of enclosed space?