Gravelbourg & District Museum

Gravelbourg Museum, located on Main Street in the Town, is a bilingual facility which tells the story of a French-Canadian community in Western Canada emphasizing the role of education, the health system, the churches, merchants, and citizens.

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Location

Address: 
134 - 5th Ave. E.
Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan
S0H 1X0

Telephone: 306-648-3301
Fax: 306-648-3400

Mailing Address: 
Gravelbourg & District Museum
Box 862, Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan
S0H 1X0

Hours of Operation

Operations:
Transcanada Trail Exhibition
Literary readings
Creating historical profiles on business places.

Open: 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sundays

Closed:
Christmas and Boxing Day
Easter

Administration fees

About Collections

Photos and artifacts of the "colonizer," Father Pierre Gravel; Paris original clothing and instruments belonging to Dr. and Mrs. Antoine Soucy; also paintings and photos of Mgr. Charles Maillard who painted the murals inside the historical cathedral

Approximate number of objects in the collections: 2000

Decorative Arts

Being developed

Other: Paintings

Fine Arts

Period:
Contemporary • Historical

Services & Activities

Educational Programs

Films

Visitor Services

Washrooms
Other Guided Tours: Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral, Convent of Jesus Mary, St. Joseph's Hospital
Other historical sites

Publications & Products

Walking tour publication of Historic Sites