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High School

Whether it is answering student questions, suggesting resources or helping to design a meaningful visit to the museum galleries, please contact us to discuss possibilities, we would love to support you in any way we can.

Explore the Galleries

Researching Saskatchewan ecoregions and ecozones?  Want to explore the biodiversity of Saskatchewan environments both present AND past?  Looking for a unique way to learn more about Saskatchewan’s First Nations history? Our exhibits are a great place to start collecting information, and stimulating new questions.

Please see our Teacher Supervised Visit section for details on bringing your students to the museum. You will find gallery specific worksheets for the Grade 9-12 level. Many of our Grade 5 to 8 programs are easily adaptable to the high school or adult level upon request.

Are you working on a particular inquiry question or set of questions? Consult with us prior to your visit to find some of the best links in our galleries.

Classroom Research

Our education department is here to support you prior to/after your visit.  Have a specific question?  Want some resource suggestions?  We work closely with museum research scientists and can find answers to questions in the areas of Archaeology and Indigenous History, Paleontology – Vertebrate and Invertebrate,  Sustainability, and Zoology – Vertebrate and Invertebrate.

Contact Us

If you have a general inquiry or would like to reach our education department, email us.

Use our Ask a Museum form to ask one of our research scientists a question directly.


To book a program fill out the online booking request.  Each request is time stamped and handled in the order they are received.

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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 M├ętis Nation. We acknowledge the land in an act of reconciliation to those whose traditional territories we are on.