3700-2nd Ave W
Explore 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.