Maple Creek Heritage District
The community’s historic downtown core features several heritage buildings undergoing restoration, murals, pocket parks, and numerous boutique shops & galleries that specialize in fashion, housewares, coffee, toys, baked goods, souvenirs, and artwork.
Maple Creek Visitor Centre
Housed in the 1910 Union Bank of Canada building at 114 Jasper Street, the Visitor Centre is where one will find information about Maple Creek, souvenirs, and the Burnett & Orr Law Office (1903 to 2005) heritage exhibit.
Dedicated to the memory of the frontier period in the history of the Cypress Hills, the museum was established in 1926. Today the museum is divided between the 1935 Log Museum at 218 Jasper Street (believed to be the oldest purpose built museum building in Saskatchewan), and the C.M. Glascock Building at 222 Jasper Street (which originally operated as an automobile dealership from 1909 to 2009).
This former 1910 red brick school house at 311 Jasper Street now houses 12 museum theme rooms dedicated to the settlement era including “the parlour,” “the school room,” “the railway room,” “the sports room” and more. The building also houses a small auditorium and the Prairies Skies Gallery operated by the local art club.
Festivals & Events
The Maple Creek Heritage Festival, the Taste of Maple Creek, The Battle of the Little Big Puck, and the Cowtown Pro-Rodeo are just a few of the community’s many colourful annual events.
Maple Creek boasts a large number of high quality dining experiences, making it a food lover’s paradise.