Start planning your next camping adventure, day at the pool, or weekend hotel getaway. Learn something about the past with our Historical Crocus Tour or dive into something delicious at one of our many unique restaurants… the opportunities are endless as you #ExploreWeyburn!Learn More
Weyburn’s accommodations are sure to suit everyone, with the array of options including hotels, bed...Read More
Weyburn’s shopping experience offers the best of both worlds – the convenience and familiarity of...Read more
If you like food, come to Weyburn! Weyburn offers everything from bakery’s to a ice...Read More
Located in the heart of Southeast Saskatchewan, at the junction of Highway 13, 35 and 39 Weyburn is called the “Opportunity City”. With a rapidly growing population, Weyburn’s vibrant economy has created opportunities for people from all over the world to visit, live and do business in Weyburn. WELCOME TO WEYBURN!
Explore Weyburn’s past and celebrate our culture through our galleries...Read more
Just outside of Weyburn, take a short drive and discover...Read more
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Enjoy the outdoors during every season by visiting Weyburn's numerous...Read more
Visiting Weyburn? We want to hear what you think about us!
“So Weyburn, SK has one of the ONLY KFC BUFFETS IN THE WORLD and it had a Grand Re-Opening so we went out to celebrate one of Canada’s most treasured treasures…Greg ate 12 – YES TWELVE drumsticks.” – Justin & Greg via Facebook.
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“This museum is jammed pack with neat artifacts, like an 8 legged calf, attracts from the old Weyburn Mental Hospital and the biggest silver collection in the world” – Kenton de Jong Travel via Facebook
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“The Happy Nun Cafe calls itself a restaurant and live music venue. But after my visit, I’d also call it a museum, an art galley, and a library. I stopped in to try the food – which was AMAZING, as you’ll see in the video – but within 5 minutes of my visit I realized it was far more then a restaurant” – The Saskatchewanderer (Andrew Hiltz) via Facebook
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