About

The Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre is a locally owned non-profit facility operated by the Duck Lake Historical Museum Society whose mandate is the preservation and conservation of the Willow Cree First Nation, Métis and Pioneer cultures, stories and artifacts.

As you follow the circular path of the gallery, you will learn about the people, their religion, their education, the political period of upheaval of 1885 and the development of economic life.

The 24-metre tower completes the main gallery with artwork and artifacts depicting the Willow Cree First Nations, Métis and Pioneer cultures and spirituality, with displays featuring the pre-historic to present day flora and fauna of the region.

A stairway leads to the top for the tower with picture windows for a sweeping view of the countryside.

The Interpretive Centre lets you experience life in each society.

Hours of operation

Open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm from Labour Day to Victoria Day

January is by appointment only.

Open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm from Victoria Day to June 30.

Open seven days a week from July 1st to Labour Day weekend.

Hours are subject to change-Please call ahead (306) 467-2057

Admissions

  • Adults $4.50

  • Students $2.50

  • Seniors $3.50

  • Family* $12.00

    *(two adults and children under 18)

Bus tours receive 25% off regular prices.  School groups are with advance bookings.  Bilingual tours (French & English) are available.