S.W. Sask. Oldtimers’ Museum & Archive
Location: Maple Creek, SK
Now closed for the Winter Season
To Read the latest SW Oldtimer’s Museum & Archive Newsletter click: HERE (or scroll to bottom).
Watch for upcoming programming and presentations throughout the winter months.
The SW Oldtimer’s Museum and Archive manages three Municipal Heritage Buildings in Maple Creek, SK.
- W.R. Orr Building (114 Jasper Street)
- 1935 Log Museum Complex (218 Jasper Street)
- C.M. Glascock Building (222 Jasper Street)
All three of these buidlings offer something unique to the community.
Operating Season & Hours:
- W.R. Orr Building: Year-Round Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm (Summer: Monday to Saturday 9:00am to 6:00pm).
- 1935 Log Museum: Undergoing Restoration.
- C.M. Glascock Building: Victoria Day long weekend to end of August – Tuesday to Saturday – 9:00am to 5:30pm.
W.R. Orr Building
This building was once home to the Union Bank of Canada beginning in 1910. Now it is the location of the Maple Creek Visitor Centre and is full of activity. It also houses the museum archival collection, and the (1903-2005) Burnett & Orr Law Office Exhibit!
1935 Log Museum Complex
Now believed to be the oldest purpose built museum in Saskatchewan, this 1935 Log Museum is currently undergoing some very extensive restorations. A new and larger Log Museum is also being constructed immediately behind the original. Work is being completed on both buildings as donations and fund-raising efforts allow.
C.M. Glascock Building
This 1909-2009 Automobile dealership houses the artifact collection of S.W. Sask Oldtimers’ Museum while the Log Museum is under construction. Exhibits interpreting the Frontier period of the Cypress Hills focus on the First Nations, Metis, NWMP, Ranching, and early settlement.
- For upcoming events and virtual tours please visit our Facebook page here!
- For any other questions or inquires please email firstname.lastname@example.org