History & Museums

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North Battleford Sports Museum and Hall of Fame
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The North Battleford Sports Museum and Hall of Fame, located in the basement of the North Battleford Library, contains sports history on baseball, fastball, hockey, pistol and rifle shooting, bowling, track and field, golf, boating, swimming, ...

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Fred Light Museum
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The museum offers a glimpse of old Battleford when the settlement, situated on the Battle River, was the first seat of Territorial Government.  Named after Fred Light, a member of a pioneer Mounted Police family, the museum offers a collection ...

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Colonel Otter Park
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Colonel Otter Park is adjacent to Highway 4 just south of the Town of Battleford.  It commemorates the march and arrival of the column of Lieutenant- Colonel William Dillon Otter (1843-1929) and their participation in the North West ...

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Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum
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Visit the only Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in the province.  The museum is located in the Town of Battleford, home of the very first recorded baseball game in the history of the old Northwest Territories, which was played on ...

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Western Development Museum
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Step back in time and experience the story of Saskatchewan agriculture and rural life at the Western Development Museum's Heritage Farm and Village in North Battleford. The Western Development Museum has a fantastic exhibit gallery featuring "...

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Old Government House
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The Government Ridge area has a rich and diverse history, extending back to the time before European settlement of the west, through the establishment of the North West Territories, and the North West Rebellion.  The Ridge presently contains ...

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Fort Battleford National Historic Site
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Established in 1876 by the North West Mounted Police, Fort Battleford played an important role in the settlement of the west.  The Mounties chose to build at the junction of the Battle and North Saskatchewan Rivers, an area rich in Aboriginal ...

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Allen Sapp Gallery
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Since 1989 the Allen Sapp Gallery has been North Battleford's cultural flagship. Housed in the city's beautiful Carnegie Library building, the award-winning gallery attracts people from around the world who are passionate about art, First Nations ...