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We went to this location on August 24. We were informed they were shutting down for the season the next day. They already had plastic coverings over most of the exhibits and some buildings were closed, so didn't get the full experience, although they still...More
The manor and the village is a good visit. Everything is very accessible and you can fool around with some old gadgets. The blacksmith shop provides some fun. Otherwise it's a museum lol. $9 for a family which I guess keeps the door open. The...More
A jewel on the prairie. This is the site that the British Aristocrats sent their second sons to learn how to farm under the leadership of Captain Pierce. However the boys would rather play than work. Guides are in period costume and do a great...More
A great historical attraction in Southern Saskatchewan. Very informative interpretation centre with locals on site dressed in period costume.
Do be careful which grid road (gravel) you take to the village site from the highway between Carlyle and Kenosee Provincial Park. The gravel road closest...More
This is a lovely little pioneer village kind of in the middle of no where. We went while there was an event on, so the historians were waiting in some of the building to welcome us, we got to make rope, wash clothing on a...More
We were glad to get to Cannington Manor before leaving southeast SK. The history is a unique one, and the staff went above and beyond to welcome us and answer our questions. The visitor's centre and other signage had a wealth of information. As others...More
Cannington Manor has wonderful history I had no idea that even existed. I especially enjoyed the guides and their knowledge of the homestead. Having being able to see the artifacts and gaining knowledge of separate pieces was very inspiring. Seeing the staff in original pioneer...More
Located near Moose Mountain Provincial Park in south eastern Saskatchewan this is a lesson in history. It depicts how some of the English gentry tried to civilize and tame the "wild west" in the 1880's.
It was a neat place, especially the Humphry house barn and pork factory foundations but I can tell from others posts here, I missed where the rest of this place was.... Looking forward to going back :)