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Holiday Inn Saskatoon Downtown

101 Pacific Avenue

 

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

S7K 1N8 

Canada 

Check In: 3PM

Check Out: 11AM

Check-in Age: 19

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Location Highlights
Downtown
City Name:
Saskatoon, SK
Local
Closest Convention Center:
TCU Place is located across the street
Distance from Hotel:
0.06 MI/ 0.1 KM South West
Golf:
4.97 MI/ 8 KM South

Attractions

  • SaskTel Centre
  • Remai Modern Art Gallery
  • Midtown Plaza
  • Western Development Museum
  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park
  • Shaw Centre
Must See

Must See

It all began with a tree nursery. Millions of saplings and a hundred years later, the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo remains a cornerstone of ecology inspired learning. Today, this National Historic Site boasts scenic gardens, heritage buildings, fishing pond, naturally-themed playground and Saskatchewan’s only Zoo. This distinctly-Saskatchewan experience is perfect for the entire family!
Must Do

Must Do

Wanuskewin Heritage Park sits above the South Saskatchewan River near Saskatoon and offers visitors a window into a part of Canada’s history that remains largely undiscovered. A link to our past unlike any other National Historic Site in Canada, this Northern Plains Indian Interpretive site is home to over 6000 years of history and a truly unique cultural experience for the whole family.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

Transport yourself back to a time when the clip-clop of horses filled the air. The Western Development Museum (WDM) is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. Relive the past in 1910 Boomtown; an interactive walking tour with a general store, blacksmith, vintage cars and train collection, RCMP detachment and more. You don't just visit this museum ... you live it!
Tips

Tips

The Meewasin Valley Trail ranked as the top feature visitors love about Saskatoon. The trail runs along both sides of the river, winding under the bridges and through beautifully landscaped parks. Residents and visitors flock to the trail to cycle, jog, stroll or simply gaze at the scenery. Walk along the trail to the local Farmer’s Market to enjoy some of the freshest local products available!