Visit Avonlea


Avonlea Heritage museum not only offers tours throughout the museum but also to notable locations in the area including The Avonlea Badlands. Check out our tour options. 


Throughout the year we host many events and fundraisers ranging from our weekly Market Day or our annual Show & Shine. There always a new event being planned so stay tuned for updates. 

Village Of Avonlea

Located only about 75km from either MooseJaw or Regina, Avonlea is nestled between the Dirt Hills and the Avonlea Creek Valley with plenty to explore all-year-round. Take a break at Cambell Park or view the Centennial Mural on the Avonlea Memorial Rink. With 29 small businesses there is something to see for everyone. Visit Avonlea today. 

Dunnet Regional Park

Just a short drive south of Avonlea this summer destination is a great place to check out during your next visit. With over 100 campsites there is a great selection for any of your camping needs. Get a summer treat or some food at the concession, check out the swimming pool, or go for a round of mini-golf during your stay. There is also many walking trails and plenty to do at the Watson Reservoir including fishing and boating.  

Long Creek Golf & Country Club

Only 4 km east of Avonlea this beautiful 18-hole golf course has become a destination course for golfers far and wide. Opening in the 1980’s this 6,419 yard golf course offers amazing scenery hidden in the Avonlea Creek Valley; but don’t let the looks fool you, this course challenges golfers with numerous tight fairways and creek ravines. Stop by the Clubhouse located at the heart of the course for a great meal or quick snack before your tee-time. 

Blue Hills Motor Inn & Bar

Established in the 1960’s the Blue Hills Motor Inn features 8 modern rooms equipped with all the essential amenities.  Attached includes the Bar and Restaurant where you can stop for a drink or the Family can have a meal.

Back Home Restaurant

Back Home restaurant located in the Blue Hills Motor Inn, offers a delicious menu and great specials that everyone should try.

Claybank Brickplant National Historic Site

Opening in the 1910’s the Claybank Brick Plant has developed an impressive reputation with over 70 years of operation. The Brick Plant now has their rich history displayed in their tours, excellent hiking throughout the Massold Clay Canyons, and iconic baking and food in the Bunkhouse Cafe. 

Briercrest & District Museum

Located in the former Briercrest school this pioneer museum has thoughtful collections of artifacts throughout each themed room. Contact a member of the board to book a tour today and rediscover the rooms of time. 

Sukanen SHip Pioneer Village & Musuem

Located outside of MooseJaw this large Pioneer village has plenty of displays to interest everyone. Focusing on Saskatchewan’s history and the Sukanen Ship as a focal point it is a must see on the prairies. 

Western Development Museum - MooseJaw

Located in MooseJaw, the Western Development Museum is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. Learn about Saskatchewan’s history from settlement to present-day with many exabits to excite anyone.