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Gravelbourg & District Museum  |  300 Main Street

Gravelbourg & District MuseumDevoted to the history of Gravelbourg and the stories of its people, the museum contains a collection of early pioneer memorabilia, including extensive artifacts from Gravelbourg's earliest residents. People profiled include Monsignor Charles Maillard, Dr. J. A Soucy and Father Pierre Gravel.

The Gravelbourg and District Museum is open seven days a week during the months of June through August. Guided tours of Gravelbourg's historic sites are provided (in both official languages) seven days a week during the months of June through August. Tours leave from the Gravelbourg & District Museum located at 300 Main Street.

To access the Museum or to arrange for a tour from October through to May, please contact the Gravelbourg Town Office at (306) 648-3301, during regular work hours or visit .

Centre Culturel Maillard  |  133 5th Avenue East

Centre Culturel MaillardConstructed in 1985, the Centre is a testament to Gravelbourg's vibrant Francophone community.

Built in order to assure the preservation of the French language and culture for the future generations, the Centre includes an auditorium, kitchen and banquet hall. It is also the home of the Association Communautaire Fransaskoise de Gravelbourg and the Association Culturelle Franco-Canadienne de la Saskatchewan. Please contact (306) 648-3103 for more information.

Gravelbourg Tours

Guided tours of Gravelbourg's historic sites are provided (in both official languages) seven days a week during the months of June through August. Tours leave from the Gravelbourg & District Museum located at 300 Main Street.

For large groups or to arrange a Guided Tour from October through to May, please call ahead to the Gravelbourg Town Office at (306) 648-3301.

Things To Do

Please visit our Things To Do section to see other opportunities that you can experience during your stay in Gravelbourg.