The Saskatchewan Railway Museum is Saskatchewan’s premier railroad museum. We are located south west of Saskatoon on the Pike Lake Highway, two kilometers off the highway to Calgary on Highway 60.
The Museum is operated by members of the Saskatchewan Railroad Historical Association (SRHA) and is located on Treaty 6 territory and the traditional homeland of the Metis nation. It was founded in 1990 to fulfill the SRHA’s mission.
The museum is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Memberships in the Association are available at the gate or by using the Contact tab.
See our Join Us page.
The museum is located on Treaty 6 territory and the traditional homeland of the Metis people, with whom we show our respect and share the land.
The museum is open Friday-Saturday-Sunday and long weekend Mondays during the summer months from the May long weekend to the September long weekend. Our usual operating hours are 10 am to 5 pm. Group tours are not currently available during the operating season.
When open to the public, the Saskatchewan Railway Museum is staffed by summer students and member volunteers of the Saskatchewan Railroad Historical Association. These dedicated SRHA members provide tours for the public, operate and maintain the Museum, and undertake restoration projects.
In the off-season, museum members keep busy working behind the scenes on restoration projects, and participate in community events such as the Saskatoon Heritage Festival and Model Train show. The SRHA normally holds its annual general meeting in late January. See front page for details.
The Museum invites your questions and research. We will endeavor to answer your questions as best we can.
Summer Students are employed with the financial assistance of Service Canada and/or Young Canada Works. Students interested in summer employment at the museum should apply in the springtime to [email protected].
The Saskatchewan Railroad Historical Association gratefully acknowledges receiving an operating grant through SaskCulture and Saskatchewan Lotteries Museum Grant Program and the Museums Association of Saskatchewan
For more information, call (306)382-9855 or use our Contact page.
See you this summer!