Moose Jaw Museums
This museum is run completely by volunteers and is totally not-for-profit. They host a whole range of events illustrating life in the Saskatchewan heartland. On-site attractions include a pioneer village, a farmyard, Tom Sukanen's ship, and the Diefenbaker Homestead.
This museum focuses on the systems of transportation that allowed for the settlement and development of Saskatchewan. The museum mainly features the great Canadian Pacific Railway and shows visitors how people of the past handled going the distance.
The Moose Jaw Museum showcases local, national, and international artistic talent for the residents of town. They are also home to a historical museum that interprets the antiquity of the Moose Jaw region. A learning centre is also on campus.
This museum sits on the site of an active Canadian Forces airbase. Its interpretive centre attempts to elucidate the role aviation has played in Canada's military past, present and future.