Turner Curling Museum

Description

Curling was a way of life for Don and Elva Turner, so it wasn't surprising when they turned their basement into the first-ever museum dedicated to the sport. After outgrowing the space afforded by the Turner's basement, the City of Weyburn agreed to give the collection a permanent, 2,660-square-foot home in the city's Leisure Centre. Avid fans of the sport, as well as curious visitors, can enjoy browsing this rare collection of historical curling pieces, including a rare set of circular curling irons used in the Ottawa Valley circa 1800. Other exhibited items include curling stones, brooms, some 18,000 curling pins, a curling stone sharpener dating from the 1920s, and more. Tours by appointment only. Admission is free.

Address

530 Fifth St NE
Saskatchewan, Canada S4H 2K6

Lat/Long

49.67001300, -103.84821300
Visit Website
(306) 848-3283

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