Plan Your Visit
Construction is currently underway at the Collaborative Science Research Building at 112 Science Place, and there is no access through Biology. The easiest access is through the main doors off the Bowl. On weekends, only the rightmost power-assisted doors will be unlocked. If this door is locked, you can get in through the Physics Building adjacent to the Geology Building. If you still can't get in, please call 306-966-5555 and they will come and let you in.
|Monday to Friday||7am - 10pm|
|Saturday and Sunday||10am - 10pm|
|December 25 to January 2||Closed|
Please note that in the evenings and early mornings, our fish and other animals need to rest and the aquariums and enclosures may not be lit.
114 Science Place
University of Saskatchewan
- If you are coming here by car, there are many places to park. An easy option is parking at Place Riel just off Wiggins road, and then walking through Place Riel to the Geological Sciences building.
- If you are coming by school bus, the drop-off and pick-up location is at the Collaborative Sciences Research Building at 112 Science Place. Because the Biology building is currently under construction, you will need to follow the detour signs and walk around the west side of the building to get to the museum. Here are some photos of the route.
- You can also take Saskatoon Transit and you may wish to use the free Transit Class Trip Program.
- Biking and walking are also great options!
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- To help the animals feel safe and secure in their homes, please do not tap on the glass aquariums and enclosures and do not play in the ponds.
- You are welcome and encouraged to take photos of your visit, but do not use flash as it can scare the animals.
- The museum is located near working classrooms, labs, offices and study spaces, we have many artifacts that are fragile and valuable, and loud noises can scare the animals. Please do not run or use loud voices.
- Children must be supervised by parents, caregivers, or chaperones.
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