411 Herbert St E
Swift Current, SK S9H 1M5
The Art Gallery of Swift Current is a public gallery offering exhibitions of regional, provincial and national artwork.
The Art Gallery provides access to visual art culture and education and is a community-based resource for education with student tours and hands-on workshops.
Public Viewing Hours:
Monday to Thursday – 1:00 to 5:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Friday to Sunday – 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Closed for special events, statutory holidays, during exhibition changes, and Sundays in July and August.
1700 – 17th Ave SE
Swift Current, SK
Kinetic Park is the home of Doc’s Town, the West Wing Gallery and Speedy Creek Racing. Doc’s Town includes a turn of the century house, church, school, blacksmith shop, general store, grain elevator and Tea Room.
Doc’s Town is open 1 to 5 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from Father’s Day to Labour Day. Guided tours can be arranged by calling 306-773-2944
Facility rentals include the Frontier Building, Palliser Pavilion and Stockade.
Facility Rental Capacity: 50 – 2500
1401 North Service Rd E
Swift Current, SK S9H 3X6
Living Sky Casino and Event Centre is Swift Current’s entertainment destination, featuring a wide variety of slot machines and live table games. Stay and play with partner hotels, and enjoy the experience of Horizons Restaurant and live shows at the Event Centre.
The Event Centre is the home for Allied Arts Council presentations, providing 576 theatre style seats for live performances, and banquet seating for 260 guests.
The $35M facility is a joint development between the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council and Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority.
227 Central Ave N
Swift Current, SK
For more than a century, the Lyric Theatre in Swift Current has been a place for people to gather to share music, drama and art.
Built in 1912, the Lyric Theatre began with vaudeville productions, and over time it has seen silent movies, “talkies” and taverns.
Today, the Lyric’s program includes Open Stage, Improv Night, Write Out Loud, and Chautauqua, held in July and featuring live theatre performances with actors from across the country.
Facility Rental Capacity: 190
South Railway St & 17th Ave SE
Swift Current, SK
306-741-6344 or 306-741-7797
The Mennonite Heritage Village depicts the lifestyles and customs of homestead settlers who form part of the city’s history. The village features an original homestead, church and garden. The buildings include authentic antiques and artifacts, and may be booked for tours.
The Mennonite Heritage Village season runs from the July long weekend to Labour Day Weekend. Hours of operation are from 1:00 to 5:00 pm, on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & holidays. Visitors are invited for Faspa which is served each afternoon. Annual events include the Watermelon Festival in July and A Capella Sing Along in August.
44 Robert Street West
Swift Current, SK S9H 4M9
The Museum explores the past and present connections between the people and the land of southwest Saskatchewan.
The Museum offers:
- Gift Shop
- Public Lectures
- Facility rentals and guided tours of exhibits
- Self-guided tour booklets of downtown heritage buildings
Public viewing hours for the Museum are Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm, September through May. The Museum is also open Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm. in June, July and August.
The Museum is adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway, and provides visitor services to the travelling public. Guided tours are available for schools, community groups and visitors. To book a tour in advance, call the Museum at 306-778-2775.
Facility Rental Capacity: 15 – 110
Innovation Credit Union iPlex
2001 Chaplin St. E, Swift Current
Swift Current is the home of the Ted Knight Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame. The attraction is located in the Innovation Credit Union iPlex and is open Tuesday to Saturday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The facility is also open on Swift Current Bronco game nights and can be viewed by appointment.
Inductees include the 1989 Swift Current Broncos team, inducted for winning the Memorial Cup; Fred Sasakamoose, who was the first First Nations player to play in the NHL; and Gordie Howe, known as Mr. Hockey, and considered one of the greatest hockey players of all time.
For a complete list of inductees, visit the website at www.saskhockeyhalloffame.com.
Facility Rental Capacity: 15 – 50