The Historical Museum is housed in an old firehall, housing local historical artefacts including early settlers, First Nations life, transportation etc.

10 River Street East
Prince Albert
Former Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker lived in this house from 1947 to 1957 when he took office. The house contains furnishings and other memorabilia that belonged to the former Prime Minister.

246 19th Street W
Prince Albert
Built in 1920 and used until 1963 as the Claytonville School, this one room schoolhouse holds education artifacts from that era.
Open Seasonally 9am to 5pm May 22 to Aug 31, . Free Admission. Available for winter tours.

3700 2nd Ave W
Prince Albert
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The E. A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts is the hub of cultural events for Prince Albert and area. The E. A. Rawlinson Centre houses the Olive and John Diefenbaker Theatre and the Mann Art Gallery.

142 12th Street West
Prince Albert
The Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections houses artefacts commemorating the work of law enforcement in Prince Albert.

3700 2nd Ave W
Prince Albert

142-12th Street West
Prince Albert
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