DUCK LAKE, SK S0K 1J0
Trails of 1885 Attraction. Features artifacts pertaining to the 1885 Metis Resistance and First Nation-Metis-Pioneer society 1870 - 1905. Gift shop featuring Glen Scrimshaw artwork, 24m viewing tower, theatre, parking and picnic areas. Bilingual tours.
5 Anderson Ave, Duck Lake, adjacent to Hwy 11.
Grocery, bakery, gas. 57km S of Prince Albert, 91km N of Saskatoon.
18-May-2013 to 2-Sep-2013
Rate details: $4.50 adults, $3.50 seniors, $2.50 youth. 25% discount for groups of 12 or more. Family admission $12 includes 2 adults and children under 18 years.
Hours of operation: Daily 10am - 5:30pm; remainder of year by appointment.
Limited wheelchair access
Service in French
Step-on guide service
Tours upon request
Group tour services
Student group services
Driver admission complimentary
Escort admission complimentary
Estimated viewing time (hours): 1.5
Additional Group Tour Information: Please call ahead for group tours. Driver and escort admission complimentary with groups over 12 persons.
Museums Association of Saskatchewan member