Weyburn’s rich and interesting history can be explored throughout the City at various museums and heritage site. This list includes the Heritage Village, which is the picture above. Learn more about our fascinating City – Weyburn, SK!
The sculpture honors the role of pioneer women in the family life who met the challenge of isolation and a harsh environment. “The Pioneer Woman” by sculptors Shirley and Don Begg is a daily reminder of the legacy of hope left to us through their achievements and sacrifices.
For more information about the project and stories of the women who lived in the area, click here.
Located on Highway #39 East
The museum displays the largest private silver collection in the world along with articles and artifacts of the past in Weyburn and surrounding area.
For information contact (306) 842-2922 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Visitor Information Centre is located at The Soo Line Historical Museum
The wheel is a geographic record of Weyburn’s history in a mosaic by local artist Joan Linley. The overall dimensions of the wheel are 13.2′ in diameter and weighs 240 lbs. The Italian glass tile of approximately 90 colours took over 1,430 hours to assemble. Constructed of mahogany, it is an authentic scaled model of a wagon wheel typical of the days of the horse drawn vehicle.
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Proudly memorializing the “Father of Medicare”, the bronze statue of Tommy Douglas stands on the banks along the Riverfront Boardwalk. Produced by sculptor Leah Vivot as a tribute to the long standing Premier of Saskatchewan (1944-1961) who began his career in Weyburn, SK.
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Attached to the Tom Zandee Sports Arena.
Touted as ‘first in the world’, this unique museum is of interest to curlers and non-curlers alike. The Turner collection features many rare historical curling pieces, and one of the largest collections of curling pins, with over 18,000!
Open Saturdays from 1:00-5:00 PM. Additional tours are available by appointment. No admission charge but donations are gratefully accepted.
For more information click here or contact (306) 848.3218.