AVonlea Heritage Museum
The Avonlea Heritage Museum located in Avonlea Saskatchewan collects, interprets, and displays the history of Avonlea and surrounding area. With over 15,000 square feet of displays we cover pre-history, Indigenous history, settlement and beyond. Come visit the museum housed in the original 1912 CN Train Station, The St. David’s Anglican Church, A Cook Sleeper and Supply Car, A Pioneer Display Building and an Agriculture Display Building coming soon. We also offer tours of the Avonlea Badlands, and other local attractions.
Open Everyday | 10:00 am-5:00pm | May-August
We proudly offer a variety of tours to interest the whole family. Visit the many displays at the Museum or enjoy the outdoors on one of our Badlands Tours. Plan your next visit today!