Things to see and do - Saskatoon
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The largest city of Saskatchewan, this manufacturing and distribution centre is set in a fertile wheat-growing area, amid the province’s vast potash reserves. Surrounding prairie landscape is dominated by the heights of Mount Blackstrap, an artificial ski hill rising south of the city.
Tourist attractions Saskatoon : Things to see and do
Prairieland Exhibition Grounds - 2610 Lorne-Av.
The grand attraction of the Saskatoon branch of this museum is Boomtown, complete with its Western Pioneer Bank, garage, stores, Chinese laundry, school, pool hall, theatre, hotel and railway station. The church, moved here in 1972, is the only origi..
4 Penner Rd
A series of archaeological sites on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River forms the basis of this testament to the survival of the Plains Indians. Translated from Cree as "seeking peace of mind," Wanuskewin was a meeting place and hunti..
101 Diefenbaker Sq.
A lawyer by training, well known for his defence of the "little man," Diefenbaker entered politics and became a strong proponent of Western Canadian ideas in the Conservative Party. Elected party leader in 1956, he served as prime minister ..
101 Pacific Avenue CDN - Saskatoon SK S7K 3X6
Featuring an indoor pool and restaurant, this Saskatoon hotel is across the street from Saskatoon's Arts & Convention Centre and 6 km from John G. Diefenbaker International Airport. Free WiFi is available. Offering cable TV, this room includes a sea..