Western Development Museum
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?
That fact alone tells you that this is someplace you’ll want to include on your itinerary while in Saskatoon. When you go to the Saskatoon part of the museum, you’ll step into 1910 Boomtown, the Western Development Museum's representation of a typical Saskatchewan town, which captures the atmosphere and style of this bustling period.
Over 30 buildings portray community life - from the general store overflowing with everything from nails to gingham, to the blacksmith shop ringing with the sound of the hammer striking the anvil. You’ll be transported back to a time when the clip clop of horses filled the air.
Make sure you view an impressive collection of farm machinery from days gone by in the seasonal storage facility. Then stroll through Saskatoon's only vintage car collection in the Transportation Gallery. The WDM is located at 2610 Lorne Avenue South.
Location(s) of Business
610 Lorne Avenue South ,Saskatoon,Saskatchewan,S7J 0S6