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Heritage Village is a replica of a village community from the turn of the century right up to about the 1940's. Buildings and artifacts make up a collection that will take you back in time. The Village offers a bit of everything from household items to machinery. While visiting the Village, you can see a one-room school, a rural municipality office, a country church, a blacksmith shop, and much much more!
Located directly south of Signal Hill Arts Centre (424 Tenth Avenue S.E.)
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
May 21 - Aug 30, 2013
1:00 - 8:00pm
5 & Under - Free
Children (6-12) - $2.00
Youth (13-17) - $3.00
Adults - $5.00
Seniors (65+) - $3.00
After hours and out-of-season tours available by appointment.
Take a tour with a tour guide or go on your own and explore the village life. Either way, come to Heritage Village between May and August and take a trip into the past. You'll be glad you did! The Village holds it annual Heritage Village Days on the second weekend in August, in conjunction with Weyburn's Wheat Festival. Plan to attend to sample fresh Saskatoon pie, homemade ice cream, and more!
Enjoy your visit!
Heritage Village Days
August 2 & 3, 2013
Free Admission (Donations accepted)
- On Stage Entertainment for all ages (Local and Regional Performers)
- Children's Activities & Games
- Demos including: Blacksmithing, Ice Cream & Butter Making, Rug Making & Sheep Herding
- BBQ's and concession at venue
For more information contact the Weyburn Leisure Services Department at 848-3217 or email email@example.com