The Souris Valley Museum is a regional history Museum that focuses on the human development and daily life in Southeast Saskatchewan. The Museum opened its door to the public in September 2001 and since then has been serving the community through our exhibitions, programs, outreach and events. Starting in 2017 the Museum moved from a seasonal to year-round facility, allowing the Museum to expand on our programs, outreach and events for the community to attend.
The Museum provides residents and visitors of Estevan an area with an engaging depiction of the social and cultural influences and economic development of Southeast Saskatchewan through the collection, preservation, interpretation and exhibition of artifacts, images, documents and stories of significance to the region.
- To acquire through gift, donation, bequest, loan or purchase items of historical significance that reflect the social and cultural influences and economic development of Southeast Saskatchewan.
- To collect, catalogue, preserve and interpret the above-mentioned items, to display and exhibit relevant items from the late 1800’s until the 1950’s.
- To engage with the community to create an interest and awareness of the history of the social and cultural influences and economic development of Southeast Saskatchewan.
- To cooperate with and complement the existing museum facilities within the City of Estevan and surrounding communities.