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Get back to nature. Hike along the Meewasin Valley Trail and discover the peacefulness of Cranberry Flats and Beaver Creek Conservation Area, just moments from the city. In the winter, explore on cross-country skis or snow shoes, or lace up for a skate at the Cameco Meewasin Skating Rink at Potash Corp Plaza, next to the Delta Bessborough Hotel.
Discover the past. Experience over 6,000 years of First Nations culture at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, or glimpse Saskatchewan’s pioneer history at the Western Development Museum.
Go to a show. Find a seat at one of the area’s theatre houses and watch as stories come to life right before your eyes. See a locally-produced show at The Barn Playhouse, The Refinery or the Remai Arts Centre. Test your French with a play by La Troupe du Jour theatre company or see a hit Broadway musical on stage at TCU Place.
Shop. Saskatoon is home to Saskatchewan’s largest indoor shopping centre, Midtown Plaza. Plenty of boutique stores downtown and on Broadway round out a shopping experience.
Golf. Try one of the region’s award-winning courses, rated among the best in Canada.
Eat. Bring your appetite and dine around. Saskatoon has one of the highest numbers of restaurants per capita.
Eat local. From farm to fork, a number of restaurants specialize in locally sourced menu items. Truffles, Calories, Leyda's, Prairie Harvest Cafe…just to name a few.
Eat sweet. Treat yourself to an ice cream cone at Saskatoon’s London-style double-decker bus - Bus Stop Refreshments. Drive out to the Berry Barn for a Saskatoon berry dessert, enjoyed on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River.
Nightlife. Grab a pint with your friends at a downtown pub - Winston’s is a local favourite. Fans of live music are sure to find the sound they’re looking for in the Broadway district - Lydia’s, Amigos, and Vangelli’s are just a few venues to check out.
Go to university. Not as a student. Make time for the University of Saskatchewan Observatory, Museum of Natural Sciences, Museum of Antiquities, and the Diefenbaker Canada Centre.