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Top Choice Tunnel in Moose Jaw

Tunnels of Moose Jaw

Buried deep under the town's streets is a series of passages that have a tragic and fascinating history. Take a tour and learn about the hardship and discrimination heaped upon Chinese workers on their 'Passage to F…
Top Choice Historic Site in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Fort Walsh National Historic Site

Amid rolling prairies is this interesting historic site. Established in 1875 and operational for eight years, this outpost had a small yet significant role in the history of the west. After the battle of Custer's La…
Top Choice Diner in Swift Current

Russell Up Some Grub

Homestyle Mennonite meals such as cheddar pierogi in sausage gravy, cranberry chicken, and a great selection of sandwiches, burgers, local fish and salads are reason enough to pull off the highway. A gluten-free men…
Top Choice Cafe in Regina Beach

Blue Bird Cafe

The Blue Bird Cafe is an old-time classic with wooden floors and creaky screen doors. The fish and chips are legendary: lighter-than-air crispy batter on tender white fish. Follow that with an ice cream and you're s…
National Park in Val Marie

Grasslands National Park

Grasslands National Park is a sprawling place of isolation and beauty, where treeless hills meet the endless sky. The visitor center is an essential port of call for advice on where to camp and how best to experienc…
Diner in Moose Jaw

Déjà Vu Cafe

Plethora – that's the theme at this legendary diner located downtown. Milkshakes come in 80 flavors, and there are dozens of dipping sauces for the various fried treats (chicken tenders, fries, onion rings) on offer…
Museum in Ogema

Deep South Pioneer Museum

Formed as early as 1977 from a desire to preserve the memories, stories and possessions of Ogema's forefathers, the unexpected Deep South Pioneer Museum is an astounding collection of over 30 preserved buildings, al…
Church in Gravelbourg

Our Lady of the Assumption Co-Cathedral

The undisputed centerpiece of this très jolie little town is the disproportionately large and beautiful Our Lady of the Assumption Co-Cathedral, built in 1919 in a Romanesque and Italianate style. It was designated …
Park in Southern Saskatchewan

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

The contrasts within this isolated park straddling the Alberta–Saskatchewan border, are arresting: endless prairies turn to undulating hills forested with cypress, harboring inland lakes. Elk, deer, moose and birdli…
Historic Site in Veregin

National Doukhobor Heritage Village

Learn the story of Veregin's Russian roots at the National Doukhobor Heritage Village, a living artifact of provincial life in the early 1900s. Against a backdrop of historic grain elevators, a compound of buildings…