Southwestern Saskatchewan Oldtimers' Museum & Archive
222 Jasper Street
Maple Creek, Saskatchewan
The Southwestern Saskatchewan Oldtimers’ Museum and Archive was founded in 1926 by a group of local historians and businessmen to preserve artifacts of the frontier era in south west Saskatchewan. Over the years the Museum has amassed a large and diverse collection of artifacts ranging from pre-contact Aboriginal people to the business people of today. In addition to exhibiting and interpreting the collection, the Oldtimers provide a forum for public educational presentations, cultural workshops, musical presentations and community gatherings.
The log building housing the Museum was constructed in 1935 and is believed to be the oldest purpose-built Museum in Saskatchewan.
The Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from Victoria Day long weekend until the end of August, 9:00 am. - 5:30 pm. Other dates are available by appointment.