Royal Saskatchewan Museum


One of North America's best natural-science museums. The First Nations Gallery traces the history of Saskatchewan's inhabitants over the last 12,000 years. The Earth Sciences Gallery depicts the geological history of the province, from volcanoes and gold to dinosaurs and glaciers. Megamunch is a half-sized, robotic Tyrannosaurus rex. You can also learn about Scotty, a T. rex fossil. The Life Sciences Gallery connects the province's natural environment with global patterns, and includes a scale model. Located at the corner of College Ave and Albert St.


2445 Albert St
Saskatchewan, Canada S4P 4W7


50.43216500, -104.59419500
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(306) 787-2815

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