Be prepared to spend a few hours wandering the streets of Boom Town, which is an indoor venue. Its a Great place to go in the winter, because it usually isn't overly busy, so you can take all the time you want to wander from building to building. Boom Town (1910) is very detailed with vintage furniture, buildings, vehicles, etc. Lots and Lots of photo ops & information about days gone by.
There is another area just off Boom Town street which you can see Dirty Thirty's, a real Sod house, vehicles, Make sure and take a ride in a Bennet Buggy, farming over the years, etc. And check out the Awesome mural back drops. There is also a magic kitchen, you have to see! It changes before your very eyes!
There is a Tractor and Farm Machinery section, that is by the railway station building and an antique car section also. Don't bother going to the Western Development if you have a short amount of time, there is an amazing amount of things to see and do inside the building.
We spent three hours and didn't even get thru the whole museum, if you have the desire to learn about Saskatoon & Saskatchewan history, you'll love it here. After buying our entrance tickets, I was pleasantly surprised to find out it gave us entrance for two days! A Wonderful tribute and salute to our hardy pioneers!!!