The Prince Albert Historical Society (PAHS) operates four museums in three locations within Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The museums capture the history of the Prince Albert area and include themes related to education, policing, Indigenous and settler history. The Society operates the John & Olive Diefenbaker Museum, a National Historic Site.
Hours of Operation
Historical Society Office
Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
Saturday, February 4th: Take a "behind the scene" tour of the BIll Smiley archives ... More
Saturday, February 11th: I Love History!... More
The Historical Museum will be open Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm starting January 7th ... More
Apply to work as an Indigenous History Research Assistant (casual position)
September to mid-May
Off-season hours start on September 1st. You can still visit our museums! Please contact the Historical Museum at 306-764-2992 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment to tour the museums during the off-season.
NEW! Starting January 7th, the Historical Museum will be open on Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm.
Summer Season 2023
Watch for our summer opening dates next spring.
The admission fee depends on the museums you plan to visit and the age of the visitors. Daily individual admission fees for persons 12 years and older are:
- Historical Museum: $5.00
- Diefenbaker House: $5.00
- Education & Policing Museums: $5.00 for both museums