Sunday June 4, 2017
Noon to 5 pm
The Little Stone School House was built in 1887, at Broadway Avenue and 12th Street. Designed and constructed by local stonemason Alexander Marr, the one-room school was built with granite boulders from the surrounding prairie.
When Victoria School opened in 1909, the one-room school was dismantled and relocated, being rebuilt stone by stone in a quiet spot on the University of Saskatchewan grounds.
The University used the building for storage until 1965 when the Saskatoon Council of Women began restorations. The Little Stone School House reopened to the public on June 2, 1967, the same year that it was declared a historical site.
Disabled Access No Public Washrooms Street Parking (Meters)
* Please do not touch exhibits and artifacts. Guided tours will be offered.
The Diefenbaker Canada Centre, designed by architects Moore & Taylor, is the only Prime Ministerial archives, museum and research centre of its kind in Canada. Preserved and exhibited are the papers and memorabilia of Canada 13th Prime Minister, as well as period replica rooms of the Prime Minister's Office and Cabinet Room.
Disabled Access Public Washrooms Parking Lot (Meters)
* Volunteer interpreters will be available to guide visitors through the museum.