Auto Clearing Motor Speedway
Highway #12 North of Saskatoon
The Fastest Fun Around" describes the oval track racing excitement developed by 70+ race teams. Action is on most Friday nights in four classes ThunderStock, StreetStock, Cascar Sportsman and Super Late Model. Special events fill in throughout the Summer.
Vist the Auto Clearing Motor Speedway Website
The Berry Barn
830 Valley Road, 7 miles South of Saskatoon (306-978-9797)
Fresh strawberry tarts, homemade jam and Saskatoon berry pie are just some of the mouth-watering tastes of summer. It is always a pleasure to take a trip out to The Berry Barn and enjoy giant waffles with fruit sauces while admiring the river view.
Vist the Berry Barn Website
Canadian Light Source
101 Perimeter Road, U of S Campus (306-657-3500)
At about the size of a football field, the CLS is the largest and most expensive scientific
soil in three decades. The synchrotron functions like an enormous spotlight, shining a light on experimental samples that is millions of times brighter than sunlight.
Vist the Canadian Light Source Website
3515 Thatcher Avenue (306-975-3155)
Saskatoon's trade and sports centre. Seats 15,000 with an unbelievable mix of Internationally acclaimed performers and sporting events, trade, consumer and family shows. SaskTel Centre is recognized world-wide for it's powerful and aggressive programming.
Vist the SaskTel Centre Website
Diefenbaker Canada Centre
101 Diefenbaker Place, U of S Campus (306-966-8384)
Currently featured in the gallery is the permanent exhibition Fostering a Vision: The Diefenbaker Legacy which focuses on the life and times of Canada's thirteenth Prime Minister. The current temporary exhibition is 1812, a travelling exhibition produced by the Canadian War Museum, explores the War of 1812 from the contrasting perspectives of the four main participants: Canadians (including Canadian First Peoples), Americans, the British and Native Americans. Visitors will gain a richer and deeper understanding of the war by looking at its triumphs and struggles as experienced by the four participants. 1812 will be featured at the DCC until June 21st, 2015. ‘A Call for Redress: Fighting for Japanese-Canadians (1977-1988)’ a travelling exhibit produced by the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre opens in early July 2015.
Hours are: Mon-Thurs 9:30 to 8:00, Fri 9:30 to 4:30, and Weekends & Holidays from noon to 4:30pm. Admission is by donation. Vist the Diefenbaker Canada Centre Website
Forestry Farm / Saskatoon Zoo
1903 Forestry Farm Park Dr (306-975-3395)
Things are heating up at the Zoo this summer! Check out the exciting programs offered, for young and old alike, by the Saskatoon Zoo Society.
Vist the Forestry Farm / Saskatoon Zoo Website
Little Stone Schoolhouse
University of Saskatchewan grounds, just off College Drive
Saskatoon’s oldest public building, built in 1887. Now situated on the University of Saskatchewan campus, the LSS will be open to the public on Saskatchewan Day (August 5) 2013 from noon-5 p.m., and August 6-9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tours are available year-round. For more information on rates and booking, contact the Diefenbaker Canada Centre at 306-966-8384.
Prairieland Park, 503 Ruth Street (306-242-6100)
Party with the ponies every summer at Marquis Downs. Live thoroughbred horse racing takes to the track every Friday and Saturday evening. Have dinner in the Terrace, a snack in the Clubhouse, or a burger on the tarmac as they come down the stretch at Marquis Downs.
Visit the Marquis Downs Website
Meewasin Valley Authority
402 Third Avenue South (306-665-6888)
The Meewasin Valley Authority is an organization dedicated to protecting the natural and cultural heritage resources of the South Saskatchewan River Valley in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and area. With the support of the Province of Saskatchewan, the City of Saskatoon and the University of Saskatchewan, Meewasin undertakes programs and projects in river valley education, development and conservation.
Visit the Meewasin Valley Authority Website
Museum of Antiquities
Room 106 College Building, U of S Campus (306-966-7818)
The collection consist of replicas purchased from the Louvre, the British Museum, the Museum of Antiquities in Delphi, the Acropolis Museum in Athens, as well as many others. in 1981, new facilities were acquired, and the collection was officially opened as the "Museum of Antiquities."
Visit the Museum of Antiquities Website
Museum of Natural Sciences
114 Science Place, U of S Campus (306-966-5683)
The highlight of this museum is the 20 foot high T-Rex skeleton. Exhibits of other live mammals, bird, fish, and reptiles, minerals and exotic plants are showcased as well. Free to the public.
Visit the Museum of Natural Sciences Website
Prairieland Park / Saskatoon Exhibition
Prairieland Park, 503 Ruth Street (306-931-7149)
Since its earliest days as a centre for agricultural excellence, Prairieland Park in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan has evolved into a provincial leader in the development of trade shows, conferences, special events, industry expositions, concerts, cabarets, and more! The 136-acre park features easy access, ample on-site parking, and 180,000 square feet of world class meeting, trade show, and conference space . . . Saskatchewan's largest all-under-one-roof trade exposition space.
Visit the Prairieland Park Website
The Remai Modern Art Gallery of Saskatchewan
950 Spadina Cres East (306-975-7610)
Due to open to the public in 2017, Remai Modern is one of the most visionary new art museum developments in North America. The building faces the South Saskatchewan River to the south and 2nd Avenue to the east.
Visit the Remai Modern Website
Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
305 - 2555 Grasswood Road East (306-244-1146)
Maintaining the cultural identity of the Indian Cultures of Saskatchewan: Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota and Lakota
Visit the SIIC Website
Saskatchewan Railway Museum
Highway #60 South (306-382-9855)
Experience the history of Saskatchewan's railway first hand. Display's include diesel locomotives, street cars, rolling stock, railway buildings and other railway artifacts. Rides available on operating railway motor cars. Open from Victoria Day weekend to September 30, hours vary with season.
Visit the Saskatchewan Railway Museum Website
Saskatoon International Raceway
13 km south on Highway #11
SIR is home to the exciting sport of NHRA Championship Drag Racing. We also feature professional racers from all over Western Canada, as well as 'Street Legal' events perfect for novice racers. We run weekends May through September.
Visit the Saskatoon International Raceway Website
Saskatoon Public Library
Frances Morrison Library (Main Branch), 311 - 23rd Street East (306-975-7558)
The Saskatoon Public Library system now serves a population of over 212,000 with seven branches and one booktrailer, with an annual budget over $8 million. The Library has a collection of almost 3/4 million items.
Visit the Saskatoon Public Library Website
Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame
Saskatoon Field House, 2020 College Drive (306-664-6744)
Quakers. Hilltops. Catherwood. Howe. Landa. Garvie. Ramblers. These names are just a view of the 300 athletes, teams and builders that have been inducted in to the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame since it's inception in 1986. Take a stroll through our online home to visit or revisit memories of these proud sportsmen and women...
Visit the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame Website
Strawberry Ranch / The Maze
6 km South on ValleyRoad - (306) 384-4842
Puzzle your way through a day of fun at The Maze (Aug through October)! Picnic area and barbecue pits available. Fresh from our fields - U-pick and ready picked strawberries and saskatoons (July through September).
35 22nd Street East (306-975-7777)
TCU Place is a sophisticated convention and performing arts centre whose innovative and progressive staff offers versatile and affordable service, excellent food and catering services, and a value that is second to none.
Visit the TCU Place Website
Ukrainian Museum of Canada
910 Spadina Crescent East (306-244-3800)
This museum interprets the early settlement and culture of the Ukrainian people in Canada, including costumes, embroidery, Easter eggs and folk arts.
Visit the Ukrainian Museum of Canada Website
108 Wiggins Road, U of S Campus (306-966-6429)
Observe the stars and planets through the refractor telescope. Astronomical exhibits.
Visit the University Observatory Website
Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Penner Road (306-931-6767)
Wanuskewin's mission is to operate, on a sustainable basis, a world recognized Heritage Park under the leadership and guidance of First Nations people that contributes to increasing public awareness, understanding and appreciation of the cultural legacy of the Northern Plains First Nations people.
Visit the Wanuskewin Heritage Park Website
Western Development Museum
2610 Lorne Avenue South (306-931-1910)
The Saskatchewan Western Development Museum (WDM) is the museum of social and economic history for the Province of Saskatchewan. It is a network of four exhibit branches in the cities of Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton, with a headquarters facility, the Curatorial Centre, also in Saskatoon.
Visit the Western Development Museum Website
Saskatoon Gun Club
The Saskatoon Gun Club operates a 230 acre trap, skeet, and sporting clay shooting facility. We are open to the public. Our facilities include: 6 trap fields, 4 skeet fields, 2 5-stand fields, International Skeet/Trap. We host major competitions each year. We have parking for 250 cars and an RV/Tent/Tent-Trailer area. The shooting season is early spring to late fall. The range hours of operation are: May to August: Sundays Noon to 4 PM, Tuesday/Thursday 6PM to dusk -- September to October: Sundays Noon to 4 PM plus Tuesday/Thursday 5:30 PM to dusk until the end of September. We accept cash, Interac, VISA, and MasterCard.This year we will be hosting the Canadian International Trapshooting Championships! It will be an opportunity to see past Olympians competing. July 3-9, 2013. We can be found on the web at: www.saskatoongunclub.com