S.W. Sask. Oldtimers’ Museum & Archive

S.W. Sask. Oldtimers’ Museum & Archive

Location: Maple Creek, SK

Hours of Operation:

1935 Oldtimers’ Log Museum
Open Tuesday to Saturday from Victoria Day long weekend until the end of August.

W.R. Orr Building (Maple Creek Visitor Centre):  Year-Round Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm (Summer:  Monday to Saturday 9:00am to 6:00pm).

C.M. Glascock Building (Art Exhibits/Events):  Victoria Day long weekend to end of August – Tuesday to Saturday – 9:00am to 5:30pm.

SW Sask Oldtimers Museum Grand Opening.

Contact Information:

p. 1-306-662-2474 e. mcmuseum@sasktel.net w. www.facebook.com/OldtimersMuseum

For upcoming events and virtual tours please visit our Facebook page here!

Heritage Properties

W.R. Orr Building (114 Jasper Street)

This former 1910 Union Bank of Canada building now houses the Maple Creek Visitor Centre, the museum’s archival collection, and the (1903 – 2005) Burnett & Orr Law Office Exhibit.

Log Museum Complex (218 Jasper Street)

The complex consists of two buildings; the original 1935 Log Museum and an adjacent modern museum facility.  The buildings house the museum’s gift-shop and exhibits related to First Nations, Métis, NWMP, Ranching, and early settlement.  The 1935 Log Museum is believed to be the oldest purpose built museum building in Saskatchewan.

C.M. Glascock Building (222 Jasper Street)

After operating for 100 years as an automobile dealership (1909 – 2009), the building now houses the museum’s art gallery and public programming space.  Rentals available.

Keep Up to Date – S.W. Sask Oldtimers’ Museum & Archive NEWSLETTER

For information on programming and events check out the 2020 SW Sask Oldtimers Supplementary Newsletter.

2020 SW Sask Oldtimers’ Supplementary Newsletter – Click HERE

 2020 Annual SW Sask Oldtimers’ Museum Newsletter – Click HERE

SW Sask Oldtimers Museum Travel Lottery.

1935 Log Building Complex Update

The new building is now complete!  Want to catch a glimpse of the interior and the story behind it’s build?  Check out this video from Southwest TV News: