The WDM has been the museum of social and economic history for the Province of Saskatchewan for over 60 years and there are four museums to explore in total. The North Battleford, Moose Jaw Saskatoon and Yorkton. The WDM is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan with a collection of nearly 80,000 artifacts.
The North Battleford museum will allow you to feel the coziness of home and the connection of a small town main street. Stan in an iconic grain elevator and marvel at the steam engines and vehicles of the 1920s. The Moose Jaw is full of Candian icons and the Sakatoon museum will let you walk through time as you discover inspired stories from 1910 to the present day. The Yorkton museum will let you surrounded yourself with colours and textures and explore the struggles and jobs in the simple things for people creating new beginnings.
Collections include the 1907 Maxwell roaster, Morris Rod Weeder, Monstor Tractor, Bladon Toys, Carved Figures and so much more! For schools, the museum offers lots of learning opportunities for all ages. There are special Christmas programs where you'll be led through a scacenger hunt through the galleries, wagon rides, hands on workshops exploring the concepts of heat and temperature, virtual harvests and so much more for all ages and abilities!
The WDM Yorkton gift shop features many items that are made right here in Saskatchewan
School programs available