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|Built in 1891 and declared a Heritage property in 1991, Government House boasts engaging exhibits, an interpretive centre, an art exhibition gallery and a feature exhibit space. The property also includes 8.5 acres of beautiful Edwardian Gardens, a hands-on play space for our younger visitors and a lush conservatory to soak in the sunshine.|
|The gallery provides leading-edge contemporary exhibitions and innovative educational outreach programs.|
|This museum offers a unique perspective on modern and contemporary art and culture in the 21st century.|
|Explore Saskatchewan and your world – the past, the present and the future – as never before. A natural history museum offering life and earth sciences, as well as Indigenous history.|
|This non-profit educational facility ignites scientific curiosity through interactive, engaging opportunities.|
|Wanuskewin is the site of Canada's longest-running archaeological dig, is recognized as a National Historic Site and is now a Proposed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wanuskewin's mission is to advance the understanding and appreciation of the evolving cultures of the Northern Plains Indigenous peoples. Its vision is that Wanuskewin will be a living reminder of the peoples' sacred relationship with the land. For over 6,400 years, people of the Northern Plains have gathered on this land for hunting, trade and ceremony.|
|The Western Development Museum's mandate is to collect, preserve and exhibit objects of historical value and importance connected with the economic and cultural development of Western Canada and to stimulate interest in western Canadian history. Western Development Museum's vision is a Saskatchewan where everyone belongs and histories matter.|
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