Royal Saskatchewan Museum
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Located at 2445 Albert Street, (corner of Albert Street and College Avenue),
north side of the lake, north of Albert Memorial Bridge.
Gift Shop (306) 757-5951
... was designed by Mr. E.J. McCudden.
The 137 metre long frieze was carved in Tyndall stone by Mr. B. Garnier
and shows more than 300 animals native to Saskatchewan.
The museum was dedicated to the pioneers of Saskatchewan by Governor General
Vincent Massey in 1955,
Saskatchewan's geologic and prehistoric history is interpreted through exhibits in the Earth Sciences
The Paleopit is an interactive gallery that permits children and adults to experience hands on activities with computers,
fossils, minerals, microscopes and much more.
The museum is also home to "Megamunch", a half-size robotic model of a
See Saskatchewan from another perspective in the First Nations Gallery.
Trace the history and culture of Saskatchewan over the past 12,000 years
through breathtaking artwork and artifacts.
(Information from a WCA Pamphlet)
Royal Saskatchewan Museum Website
(Unless otherwise indicated, photos by Don of www.WascanaPark.com)