Prince Albert Historical Museum

10 River Street East
Phone: (306) 764-2992
Email: historypa@citypa.com
www.historypa.com

Prince Albert Historical MuseumOperated by the Prince Albert Historical Society, experience the history of Prince Albert and area with a visit to the Historical Museum. Once Prince Albert's third fire hall, it was built in 1912 and was used by the Prince Albert Fire Department until 1975.

On display you will find the old fire truck and firemen's pole along with numerous other exhibits such as early 1900's furniture and a Native Dugout Canoe which is believed to be over a thousand years old.

After touring the museum, relax in our tea room. Our staff is available to answer questions and make your visit enjoyable.

The Historical Museum is home to the Bill Smiley Archives, a repository of over 16,000 documents, 2,000 photographs, 300 maps and more! E-mail archives.pahs@citypa.com to send a request or book a research time.

For more information including hours, tours, etc. , please visit History PA

Come, relax and eat on the most unique patio in Prince Albert!


Diefenbaker House

The Right Honourable John & Olive Diefenbaker Museum

246 – 19th Street West

Visit Diefenbaker House and learn about the personal life of the famous politician.  Former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker lived in the house from 1947 to 1957, and the house is furnished with artifacts from both his Prince Albert and Ottawa homes.  Diefenbaker was an admirer of Sir John A. Macdonald, and a number of artefacts originally belonging to Macdonald are on display as well.

The staff of Diefenbaker House looks forward to welcoming you!

Open 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily from mid-May to the end of August.

Please telephone 306.953.4863 to book large group or school tours, or 306.764.2992 for more information.

Admission:  Free

 

Prince Albert Evolution of Education Museum

3700-2nd Ave W

museum_edmuseum.gifExplore the history of education with a visit to our Evolution of Education Museum. This building, constructed in 1920, served as a one-room school house in Claytonville, a town 20 miles northeast of Prince Albert that was named after postmaster Clayton Smith. The school was in use until 1963.

The school is furnished as it was during the pioneer days and contains school desks, a library, an old wood stove, slate boards, the strap, gopher tails and sports equipment once used by school children.

Our staff is available to answer questions and make your visit enjoyable.

All large groups and school tours must book tours in advance by phoning 306.763.3506 or 306.764.2992.

Open 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily from mid-May to the end of August. Available by appointment between September and April. Call 306.764-2992.

Admission: Free

 

The Rotary Museum of Police and Correction

museum_Rotary.gif3700-2nd Ave W

The Rotary Museum of Police & Corrections commemorates the roles of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Prince Albert City Police along with the Federal Penitentiary and Corrections facilities within the community of Prince Albert.

On display you will find Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Prince Albert City Police uniforms, a Thomson Sub Machine Gun "Tommy Gun," weapons made by inmates and various items used as discipline methods at the Federal Penitentiary.

Our staff is available to answer questions and make your visit enjoyable.

All large groups and school tours must book tours in advance by phoning 306.922.3313 or 306.764.2992.

Open 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily from mid-May to early the end of August. Available by appointment between September and April. Cal 306.764.2992.

Admission: Free

Community Services Department
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK
S6V 7P3

Phone:  306.953.4800
Fax:  306.953.4915

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