Museums

 

Mennonite Herritage Museum

 Mennonite Herritage Museum

 

The Mennonite Heritage Museum is located in the historic red brick, 1910 home of the then German-English Academy, later Rosthern Junior College.

Incorporating a mixture of Georgian and Colonial Revival elements, it stands as one of the most striking historical structures in the Rosthern area. The Museum serves as the primary historical repository for the Town of Rosthern and area and features a Mennonite Interpretive Centre introducing the story of the origins and development of Mennonite culture and faith in the Saskatchewan Valley.

The museum is open from the long weekend in May to Labour Day
Saturdays from 10:00 am - 4:30 pm 
Sundays from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm,
or by appointment: call 232 5633
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Call or email for more information
Recreation & Commuinity Development
(306)232-4826 ext.2

andrew.crowe@rosthern.com