The Llyodminster Cultural and Science Centre blends together the art, culture and history of Llyodminster, Saskatchewan. The centre houses three permanent exhibits, the Imhoff Art Gallery, the Fuchs Wildlife exhibit, and the OTS Heavy Oil Science. The Imhoff Art Gallery displays the art of Count Berthold Von Imhoff an early 20th century German noble. Imhoff moved from Europe to Reading Pennslyvania but after a trip to Saskatchewan the abundant wildlife and terrain led him to resettle in Saskatchewan. His is known for his paintings and murals. You can find some of Imhoff’s murals in churches in Saskatchewan. The Llyodminster Cultural and Science Centre houses 250 of Imhoff paintings displaying themes such as First Nations Chiefs, German military and historical figures, British Royalty and American history.
Additionally, the Llyodminster Cultural and Science Centre is also home to the Fuchs Wildlife exhibit this exhibit is one of the largest one man taxidermy collections in North America. It was donated to the centre in 1965 and represents the work of Nicholas Fuchs a local Saskatchewan citizen. The collection contains 1,000 different works including birds, elk, ram, beavers and rarities such as a two-headed cow calf.
Llyodminster Cultural and Science Centre
4515 44 Street
Sunday and Monday Closed
Tuesday and Wednesday 9 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday 9 am - 9 pm
Friday and Saturday 9 am - 4:30 pm
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For additional information, please visit the Llyodminster Cultural and Science Centre website.