Admission is by donation. A suggested level of contribution is:
$5 / Senior (65+) and Youth (12-18)
$3 / Child
$15 / Family
Your donation will be used by the Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum to support programs, exhibits and research at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Donations of $10 or more are accepted by credit card.
Elevator Replacement Project
We are improving our accessibility.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum will soon have a safer, larger and more accessible public elevator. The replacement project will begin on September 5, 2017 and is planned to be completed by early 2018. Work is being coordinated to minimize the impact on museum visitors. Any noisy activity will be completed when the museum is closed and dust will be controlled within the work area.
We will be without an elevator during the elevator replacement project. A portable platform lift, the Garaventa Super-Trac, which can accommodate most wheeled mobility aids, will be available. However the platform lift requires set up time before it can be safely used. Please notify us in advance if you wish to access the platform lift. Guests with infants or young children are encouraged to use baby carriers instead of strollers until construction is complete. The platform lift is not suitable for canes, walkers, crutches or strollers.
Our hours remain unchanged during construction, however, The Museum Shop may have limited access at times. For updates on the project, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Or call us at 306-787-2815.
Wheelchairs and Strollers
Wheelchairs and strollers are available on loan from our Front Desk at no charge, on a first-come-first-serve basis. During the installation of our new elevator, galleries will only be accessible via staircase, though a portable platform device can be made available for some wheeled mobility aids. Guests with infants or young children are encouraged to use their own baby carriers instead of strollers until construction is complete. Wheelchair accessible washrooms are located in the lobby. Please note, the Paleo Pit is not accessible by wheelchair.
Free public and bus parking is located on the east and south sides of the Museum.
Although we are a self-guided museum and no appointment is necessary to come in and tour on your own with your group, we would appreciate a call to let us know the date and time of your visit. We always have staff in the galleries to answer any question you may have.
If you are a school group, we have a great variety of educational programs for Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12.