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Adventure Awaits

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The World's
Largest T.rex


June is

National Indigenous History Month

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Events & Activities

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T. rex Discovery Centre

Celebrate Canada Day with the world's largest T. rex, Scotty. Explore the galleries with our Canada Day scavenger hunt and our Dinosaur Expedition Passports. While supplies last, kids get a free goodie bag (includes a T. rex pencil, tooth, and stickers) and at 11:00 a.m., join us for a free BBQ with hot dogs, pop and juice.

Jul 1, 2024
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Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The SaskTel Be Kind Online Learning Lab, located in the upper gallery, is a hands-on space to drop-in and explore. Learn how animals adapt to the garbage generated by human beings and learn how YOU can be the positive change!

Jul 4, 2024 - Jul 15, 2024
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Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Drop-in to the Field Station in the lower gallery. Explore specimens, fossils and play the Family Tree Game to test your knowledge of how organisms are related. Explore different species throughout the summer.

Jul 6, 2024 - Sep 2, 2024

Invertebrate Zoology

Take a Closer Look – it’s Un-Bee-lievable!

Saskatchewan is home to some fantastic landscapes and scenery. Whether it is our northern boreal forests, prairie grasslands, river valleys, the Great Sandhills or the Athabasca Basin, a wide array of creatures big and small call our province home.

Sometimes we find them buzzing around in the air or crawling on plants and trees. Other times you may even have them wandering across your arm or leg.

Yes, the province is also home to a diverse variety of insects, and they are excellent indicators of the health of our environment and ecosystems.


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Donating to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum funds our scientists and the active science research that they do. Be a part of new discoveries, conservation efforts, and real Saskatchewan science by contributing today.

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The Royal Saskatchewan Museum and T.rex Discovery Centre are situated on Treaty 4 territory, the ancestral and traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota and homeland of the Métis Nation. We acknowledge the land in an act of reconciliation to those whose traditional territories we are on.