Remai Modern Museum

The Remai (pronounced REY-me) Modern Museum, overlooking the South Saskatchewan River, houses the largest collection of Pablo Picasso’s linocuts, about 406 pieces in its permanent collection. The building, opened in October 2017, pays homage to Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie style, similar to Fallingwater with its glass and wood stacked facade, and a subtle copper-colored grid encompassing it to moderate indoor temperature.

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Address: 102 Spadina Crescent E, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

A short drive up the river leads to the proposed UNESCO World Heritage site of Wanuskewin Heritage Park, a non-profit National Historic Site which includes a Visitor Centre with exhibits, guided programming, galleries, restaurant, gift shop, meeting and event space, as well as an award winning playground, 7 km of trails, and a conservation Bison Herd.  Wanuskewin, the nēhiyawēwin (Plains Cree) word roughly translated as ‘seeking peace of mind’, has been a sacred site and gathering place for more than 6,400 years. Together, the site works to advance the understanding and appreciation of the evolving cultures of the Northern Plains Indigenous peoples.

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Address: RR 4 Penner Road, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The Western Development Museum

The Western Development Museum transports you back in time with a life-size replica of 1910 Boomtown, with buildings including a school, church, laundromat, and feed store, decorated with actual artifacts.

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Address: 2610 Lorne Ave, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The Saskatoon Farmer's Market

Take a refreshing walk along the waterfront from downtown to the Riversdale neighborhood, which hosts the farmers market on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. This year-round, indoor and outdoor market is the oldest and largest in the province and is the best place to visit to experience all the nourishing food produced in the region.

The Saskatoon Farmer’s Market is free and open for the public to wander.

Address: 414 Avenue B South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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