I have visited this museum twice and enjoyed it both times. I gives a realistic view of what life must have been like for early pioneers. You really do feel like you have arrived in a town in 1910 Saskatchewan. I particularly enjoyed the Winning the Prairie Gamble exhibit. You could really imagine what life must have been like for early homesteaders. My only complaint is that the museum is a bit out of town and hard to get to without a car. There is a bus that stops nearby but you still have to walk a way from the stop.
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