This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Saskatchewan.
Avonlea and District Museum
Displays local artifacts of pioneers who homesteaded the area in the early 1900's, and depicts the history of the area and its occupations. Main Street, Avonlea, Saskatchewan in the former CNR Station which was built in 1912
Fred Light Museum
Museum contains history of Western Canada, specifically of Saskatchewan and the Battlefords. Themed rooms include a General Store, Firearms Room, School Room, Masonic Lodge and the Battleford Fire Brigade.
Outlook and District Heritage Museum
Over 3,000 items, mostly artifacts and photographs, and most directly linked to someone who lived in Outlook or the surrounding area.
Saskatchewan Western Development Museum
Museum of social and economic history for the territory.
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