Over the years, Saskatoon has greatly developed, and this has seen the rise of theatre, art, museums, and live events. Both locals and tourists are buzzing with excitement over what it has to offer.
The Remai Modern Museum is a great place to explore modern unique art and culture that can be enjoyed in the 21st century. Additionally, it is in this museum that you will find the Picasso gallery that features the largest Picasso linocut collection in the world.
Show some appreciation for Ukrainian Canadian cultural traditions by visiting The Ukrainian Museum of Canada. Located in central Saskatoon, this museum features local Ukrainian artwork, weavings, textiles, and Easter Eggs. The museum is also home to three galleries that document the harsh journey of the Ukrainians before they settled in Saskatchewan.
In this small city, you can also learn about the history of the Canadian West and its rich railway roots at The Western Development Museum. Admire the “Winning the Prairie Gamble” and get into the Boomtown Photo Studio for a 20th-century picture.
For quality live entertainment, head out to the Persephone Theatre that can accommodate individuals with hearing and visual impairments as well as those with epilepsy and autism. The Broadway Theatre is famous for its diverse live events, while the Village Guitar and Amp Co offer exciting yet intimate performances.
The Bassment in downtown is another music festival in Saskatoon. Whether you love live jazz, acoustic, blues, classical, or folk, you can head out to the Bassment with your friends and enjoy a rocking time.