Batoche National Historic Site

  • Journey back to 19th century Métis settler life on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, one hour north of Saskatoon. A traditional way of life changed forever at the final battlefield of the Northwest Resistance of 1885. Batoche is the scene of Louis Riel's last stand and a symbol of Métis resilience and cultural renewal.

    Please visit the Batoche National Historic Site website for more information and hours of operation. 

  • Amenities
    Safety Protocols
    • No Contact Services:
    • Sneeze Guards/Contact Barriers:
    • Social Distancing Guidelines Enforced:
    • Social Distance Markings/Signage:
    • Mobile Payments Accepted:
    • Mobile Payments Required:
    • Hand Wash/Sanitizer Stations:
    • CDC Recommended Cleaning Procedures:
    • Open For Business: