We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
It won't take you longer than an hour or so to get through the visitor centre, little gift shop, all exhibits and the 5 original buildings still standing on this historic site. There isn't a lot to see, but the friendly guides (all decked out...More
An easy to access site on the eastern edge of Battleford, this Parks Canada location has four original NW Mounted Police buildings, situated in the fort dating from the 1885 rebellion. The site is well cared for, although some of the outdoor signs and photos...More
I was not there to tour the museum but rather to use a seminar room; however, from what I did see I would go back and have a full tour. Great historical spot including the memory of the rather infamous Louis Riel and other First...More
This review is in response to the more unenthusiastic reviews below. (The positive ones do a good job of underscoring the place's attractions for visitors.) We arrived less than 15 minutes before closing, but managed to attach ourselves to a group that was about to...More
Grew up in Battleford and have been visiting since the days when our family could go in afterhours and out of season for picnics or to walk our dogs inside the fortifications. I always enjoy spending going through every couple of years to check out...More
Saskatchewan is full of national historic sites due to it being a part of the northwest territories in the late 1800's. Unfortunately they did a lot of displacement of First Nations and ran residential schools in the Battlefords. This fort is well worth a visit