The Western Development Museum first opened its doors in 1949. Originally a grass-roots movement, the Museum now operates four branches across the province and offer dynamic exhibitions, temporary exhibits, special events, and educational programming. Since its inception, the Museum network has preserved and recorded the social and economic development of the province by exploring four separate themes: transportation, agriculture, economy, and people.
The Saskatoon branch of the WDM is known for its historically accurate representation of a Saskatchewan “boomtown.” Through a mix of original buildings, recreations, vintage automobiles, and farm equipment; the museum allows visitors to take a step back in time and experience life in the early 1900’s.
Educational offerings are offered throughout the year, for more information or to book a program please contact the institution by phone at 306-931-1910 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Vimy to Juno can be accessed by visitors during regular hours of operation.
The Western Development Museum
2610 Lorne Avenue, Saskatoon, SK S7J 0S6
Open Tuesday to Sunday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
(Some exceptions apply)
For More Information
For additional information, please visit the The Western Development Museum website.