What to do in 


Listed among top travel destinations for 2018 in the New York Times



What makes us special

Saskatoon is known for sunshine, 2,380 on average per year, friendly faces and a vibrant downtown core. The South Saskatchewan River wanders through downtown, bordered on both sides by miles of scenic walking trails. Named after mis-sask-quah-toomia, the Cree name for the local Saskatoon berry, Saskatoon is also nick named the City of Bridges, at last count we had 7, and the Hub City as we are centrally located in the Province.  Fun facts about Saskatoon include: There are more Tim Horton’s per capita than in any other city in Canada and we probably have the only drive thru perogie diner you will ever experience: Baba’s Homestyle Perogies.




Remai Modern Art Gallery 

Wanuskewin Heritage Park 

Persephone Theatre 

TCU Place (performing arts) 

Sasktel Centre (sports & major concert venue) 

Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink and Nutrien Plaza – outdoor skating rink.  Weather permitting


The Roxy Theatre (movies) 

Scotiabank Theatre (movies) 

BHP Billiton Enchanted Forest Light Tour

Midtown Plaza – downtown shopping centre

Broadway – shopping and restaurants

Riversdale – shopping and restaurant