Plan Your Visit

Admission

Admission is by donation.

Your donation serves to support the Museum’s annual operations, which include programming, events, maintenance, collection management and much more.

Hours

Summer hours of operation (May – September)

Monday to Sunday
9AM - 5PM 

Holiday and Festival exceptions – please call for amended hours
(306) 463-6620

Fall/Winter hours of operation

The Museum is closed from September till May.  Exception are made for holidays, festivals, events and special bookings. Please contact the Museum to book during this season.

RENTAL SPACE

The museum has a variety of spaces and equipment, which it is able to rent out for public and private use. When renting rooms for events and programming, the Museum has a variety of tables and chairs for setup. When choosing a space for your activity, please call the Museum for assistance regarding what space will best fit the needs of your program.

Main Hall

This Main Hall is situated in the heart of the Museum main building. Exhibit rooms wrap both sides of the hall, leading to a stage at the front end, equipped with a sound system and projector screen (retractable). An auxiliary kitchen is connected to the hall for catering purposes as well. This space is great for large groups or programs that require space for activity areas. Some suggested uses include: workshops (educational or corporate), training sessions, events, programs and presentations, gatherings and shows.

This space can fit approximately 100 seated at tables or 200+ seated in theatre style.

$150 for 1-49 people (1 day)
$200 for 50-100+ people (1 day)

Prices can be modified for special or recurrent bookings. Please contact the Museum for further information. (306) 463-6620

Gallery

The Gallery is situated at the front of the Museum main building, to the right of the lobby. Exhibit cases featuring the heritage of Kindersley and District frame the south end of the room. Stage risers are available for use in this space as well as portable audio/visual equipment. This space is great for small to medium sized groups or programs that require space for activity areas. Some suggested uses include: workshops (educational or corporate), training sessions, small events, presentations, gatherings and shows.

This space can fit approximately 80 seated at tables or 100 seated in theatre style.

$100 (1 day)

Price can be modified for recurrent bookings. Please contact the Museum for further information. (306) 463-6620

Kitchen

$50 (1 day)

Library & Research Room

The Library & Research Room is located to the left of the lobby. This is where the Museum’s archive and collection of reference and source books are held. Available for use in the room is a public computer which enables visitors to look through our collection database at their own pace or conduct research. The room also features a table with seating for eight. This space is great for small groups. Some suggested uses include: small group workshops (educational or corporate) and training sessions.

$50 (1 day)

Rex Theatre Room

The Rex Theatre is located within the Main Hall, next to the auxiliary kitchen. The theatre room is equipped with a 32” monitor, DVD player and surround sound. It was redesigned to resemble a classic movie theatre; complete with posters, wall sconces and curtains. This room is great for private screenings, gatherings and small parties (ex. Birthday parties).

$50

Price may be modified based on refreshments and treats requested. Please contact the Museum for further information. (306) 463-6620.

Site Use

$50 (initial fee)

This fee includes the rental of property space for an undetermined amount of time. The fee will increase based upon requests at time of booking. These requests may include but not be limited to, refreshments/food, special set-up, equipment use, amount of property used).

Please contact the Museum for further information. (306) 463-6620

Photograph Sessions

This fee enables the use of Museum property for setting purposes during photograph sessions. This is commonly used for weddings and graduations.

$25 per group

Equipment Use

The Museum has several pieces of equipment available for rental and use within the public. These items include but are not limited to: tables, chairs, props. Please contact the Museum to inquire about other possibilities or to book what is listed. (306) 463-6620

$20 - $50

EXHIBITS

 

All of our displays and exhibits, feature the culture of each subject matter within the heritage of Kindersley and District.

Permanent

Displays

CNR railway
Baker’s Store
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Hutterite Colonies
Olorenshaw’s Meatgrinder Collection
Hawes Bakery

Exhibits

Music & Radio
Lloyds Babershop & Grooming
Athletics & Recreation
World War I & II
Hospital & Pharmacy
General Store & Post Office (C.W. Baker and T.M. McEwen)
Homestead (Pre-Electricity)
Production: From the land

Temporary

There are no temporary exhibits on display at this time

Heritage Buildings

Brock CNR Station House (Brock, SK)
Anglican Church (Smiley, SK)
Fire Engine Hall
Fire Hall (Glidden, SK)
Eaton House (Eatonia, SK)
Blacksmith Shop (Kindersley, SK)
Clarion Print Shop
Merrington School (Merrington, SK)
Teacherage (Teo Lake, SK)
Cook House – Thrashing teams

Machine Sheds

Our tractor, machinery and automotive collection is featured in two cold storage sheds and woven throughout our back heritage village. Our collection features tractors of various makes and models from as early as 1915, farming equipment for numerous jobs and vehicles from assorted time periods ranging from a stage coach to a restored 1941 Chevrolet ton and a half truck.

COLLECTION

 

The Museum is currently preparing an online database of the artifact collection. If you are interested in searching for artefacts within the collection, you can search here (press Ctrl+F for the search function to appear):  ONLINE CATALOGUE

If you have donated an item to the Museum in the past and notice that the information in this catalogue is incorrect, please use the contact form  HERE  to submit your correction.

Research Requests

If you are interested in collecting information from the Museum, please complete the form through the link below.

Research Requests Online Submission Form