Arts & Culture
Explore Weyburn’s past and celebrate our culture through our galleries and performing centers. Check out www.weyburnartscouncil.ca and www.weyburn.ca for upcoming events throughout the galleries.
Tommy Douglas Statue
Located on Highway #39 East at the Boardwalk
Proudly memorializing the “Father of Medicare”, the bronze statue stands on the riverbank 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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Turner Curling Museum
327 Mergens Street NW – Attached to the Tom Zandee Sports Arena.
The Turner Curling Museum is closed for the 2021 Season. Virtual tours are available online! 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!
Walk of Fame
3rd Street NE, in front of City Hall
The Walk of Fame recognizes local individuals for outstanding athletic, cultural, academic or humanitarian achievements. Every community has their share of local celebrities and Weyburn is no exception! Since 2008, there has been 16 individuals awarded this prestigious honor.
400 – 10th Avenue S
This Municipal Heritage Property was constructed in 1910 by engineers Chipman & Power, it stands over 90 feet to its peak and cost $11,000 to construct. In 1974, it was given consideration as a Canadian Engineering Landmark Monument. The reservoir was taken out of service in 1977 and was designated as a Municipal Heritage Property in 1987.