Adventure into history with our brilliant LIVE museum tours. Delivered by our knowledgeable and engaging guides, these tours are an excellent resource for anyone wanting to build their knowledge of local and world military history.
The museum welcomes school classes and community groups, by appointment, to learn about the military heritage of Canada. Through engaging group tours, discover how young men and women of Saskatchewan contributed and served their country. Learn also about indigenous and Metis people that enlisted and fought abroad. And, as well as conducting school tours throughout the year, we are also open by appointment to smaller community groups, clubs and business organisations.
LIVE Virtual Tours:
Bring history and social studies to live with engaging live virtual tours. SMOMA and Kevin Hicks from the History Squad have joined forces to create a positive impact on Saskatchewan communities. Local schools, seniors’ groups and community organizations can now book a LIVE, virtual tour that will deliver an effective learning experience and enable them to connect with their heritage from the safety and comfort of their own environment.
These tours are a unique resource, and because they’re live, virtual visitors are able to engage in real-time, ask questions and see artifacts up close. Groups can book a private virtual tour of the museum with Kevin, via Zoom, GoogleMeet or other virtual video platform. Virtual tours cost $60 and last around 40-45 minutes. To book a time, simply contact us via email.