Casino Moose Jaw
Claybank Brick Plant
Located approximately 70km southeast of Moose Jaw on Highway 339. Designated a National Historic Site in 1994, the plant remains virtually unchanged from the day it opened in 1912. Open May 1 to September long weekend, 10:00am to 5:00pm (other times arranged by appointment) and by appointment only, September to April. Call ahead.
Nestled between Fairford & Athabasca Streets, east of Temple gardens Mineral Spa, this "Jewel of the Prairies" encompasses twenty-eight acres of winding pathways, gorgeous flowers and green spaces and the Serpentine, home to swans, ducks and geese. It houses an outdoor pool, waterpark, tennis and lawn bowling clubs, YM/YWCA, public library, art museum and outdoor amphitheatre.
Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
Enjoy touring exhibits throughout the Museum, see a slide show, or take a class in anything from Tai-Chi to sculpting.
Moose Jaw Trolley Company
(306) 693-8537 for information
Journey back in time on a replica 1911 streetcar. Visit Moose Jaw's historical sites and the amazing Murals of Moose Jaw. Tickets are available from the Tourism Moose Jaw Visitor Centre and Downtown pick up point (for more details click here). Open May through October, weather permitting.
Murals of Moose Jaw
Thirty unique murals adorn the walls of historic Moose Jaw. See the Murals as part of the Trolley ride or pick up a map and enjoy them at your own pace. Maps are available at Tourism Moose Jaw (450 Diefenbaker Dr), City Hall, corner or Main & Fairford Streets and city businesses.
Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre
250 Thatcher Drive East
Learn about the endangered Burrowing Owl in their natural habitat. Explore the giant burrow, get a closer look at the predators and prey of the owl, and meet an owl. Open June to August, seven days a week and Monday to Friday by appointment from September to May.
Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum
8 miles/ 13 km south of Moose Jaw on Highway 2
The dream of a seaman who wanted to go home, the Sukanen ship stands as one of the strangest sights on the Canadian prairie. Visit the ship and see other fascinating memorabilia from days gone by. Open May to October.
Located just minutes from the centre of Moose Jaw, this lovely, scenic park explores nature at its finest. Kilometres of paved trails provide safe and scenic routes for walking and cycling. Canoeing and rowing are also available on Plaxton's Lake as well as outdoor picnic sites and playgrounds.
Western Development Museum
50 Diefenbaker Drive
Discover the History of Transportation. See planes, trains, boats, cars, trucks, wagons, buggies, and snowplanes. Ride a shortline railway (available in summer months) and visit the Snowbirds Gallery.