Eastend Historical Museum

The Eastend Historical Museum and Cultural Centre Inc. (EHMCCI) is the community organization whose mission is to preserve and promote the history of Southwest Saskatchewan. It serves as a Tourist Information Centre and as a community resource to its cultural activities.

See what life was like on the Southwest Prairies. 

Learn about the history of Eastend and area. ‘Corky’ Jones one of Eastend’s earliest settlers founded the museum with his collection of locally discovered fossils and dinosaur bones.

Walk around the “Tie Rail Ranch Log House” – the Best Log House in the west (built in 1909 by Donald Corry) which was moved to the museum in 1987.

It has been refurbished with artifacts from that time period. 

The Machine Shed includes a 1903 Case steam engine, 1927 Federal Truck, stage coaches, miniature steam engine, firefighting water pumper, and so much more!

The Museum also includes a school room and medical room.

The main building has valuable collections on different topics that are all important to the area, like the Wilkinson Telescope – hand built by a local resident. 
Did you know the Brontothere by the main entrance was found by Ken Wills while he was grading a grid road north of town? New exhibits include the fascinating story of Private First Class Lawrence Samuel Gordon and the quest of his nephew Lawrence R. Gordon to bring his remains home to Eastend.

Open: 10am to 5pm daily.

Admission by donation.

By appointment during off-season, please call (306) 295-7553 / (306) 295-3670).

Email: ehmuseum@gmail.com

Website: https://eastendhistoricalmuseum.com/