Landmarks Walking Tour in Saskatoon, Saskatoon

Landmarks Walking Tour in Saskatoon, Saskatoon
You can follow this self-guided walking tour to explore the attractions listed below. How it works: download the iOS app "GPSmyCity: Walks and Articles with Offline Maps" on iTunes App Store or the Android app "Saskatoon Map and Walks" on Google Play. The app turns your mobile device into a personal tour guide and its built-in GPS navigation functions guide you from one tour stop to next. The app works offline so no data plan is needed when traveling abroad.

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Saskatoon is a unique city in Canada that has outstanding buildings and wonderful views due to its history and to the ongoing wish of preserving it for future generations. Take this tour to see the most incredible landmarks Saskatoon has to present.

Landmarks Walking Tour in Saskatoon Map

Guide Name: Landmarks Walking Tour in Saskatoon
Guide Location: Canada » Saskatoon (See other walking tours in Saskatoon)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.5 km
Author: Dee
Vimy Memorial

1) Vimy Memorial

Vimy Memorial is located in Kiwanis Park near the famous Delta Bessborough Hotel. The memorial was established in 1937 in honour of the country’s involvement during the First World War in the Battle of Vimy Bridge, which was of significant importance as well as major consequence for Canada. The other monument is also called the Canadian National Vimy Memorial and it is located in Pas-de-Calais,...   view more
Broadway Bridge

2) Broadway Bridge

Broadway Bridge is an arch bridge that spans across the east and west banks of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon.

The bridge was constructed as a "make-work" project during the Great Depression. It was built in 1932 by the contractor R.J. Arrand Construction Co. It was designed by Chalmers Jack (C. J.) MacKenzie (on leave from being Dean of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan). For this reason, the bridge was originally called the Dean's Bridge in its early...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
Rotary Park & Peace Prayer Pole Monument

3) Rotary Park & Peace Prayer Pole Monument

The Rotary Park & Peace Prayer Pole Monument is located near the Broadway Bridge and is a public place. People use to come here, as it was a perfect area for sunbathing. There is also a tennis court and a landslide. The landslide was created in 1999 as a consequence of the water drain. The Peace & Prayer Pole Monument was created by Doug Bentham and there is an inscription on it: “May Peace Prevail on Earth” which is written in Cree, English, French and...   view more
Broadway Theatre

4) Broadway Theatre (must see)

The Broadway Theatre is an art film and performance theatre located on Broadway Avenue in the Nutana neighborhood of Saskatoon. The theatre is Canada's only community-owned non-profit reperatory cinema. The Streamline Moderne style movie theatre was designed by George Forrester with the architectural firm of Webster and Gilbert and opened on December 5, 1946. The theatre was Broadway's entertainment destination during the post-World War II years.

The theatre seats 240 in a centre...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
The Bottomley House

5) The Bottomley House

The Bottomley House is a two-storey house established in 1912. It is an architectural structure in the Queen Anne Revival style. It is mostly made of wood with several windows and an unusual-shpaed verandah covering a corner of the house. The house was owned initially by Richard Bottomely, from where it got its name, but later bought by Richard Kerr. The structure didn’t change the original design, and as it is located close to the Memorial Gates of the University of Saskatchewan, it became...   view more
Memorial Gates

6) Memorial Gates

The Memorial Gates are the main gates of the University of Saskatchewan. Initially they were designed as the main gates to the University but because of the large number of vehicles passing through that zone, it was decided that the entrance would be closer to the Royal University Hospital. The gates were established in 1927 as a memorial in honour of those who left this institution and died during the Great...   view more
Rugby Chapel

7) Rugby Chapel

Rugby Chapel is a municipal historic site which is part of the University of Saskatchewan. Built in 1912 with funds raised by the students in Rugby School in England, it served as the major place of worship for Emmanuel College, until the opening of St. Chad's Chapel in 1966, and still serves as a place of education and worship. A wooden version of an English Stone-built church, the chapel has a wooden vault support structure, gothic windows and a Norman tower over the porch. Rugby Chapel...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
Griffiths Stadium

8) Griffiths Stadium

Griffiths Stadium is a stadium located on the grounds of the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. The current stadium was opened on June 23, 1967 to host the Saskatchewan Huskies football team. There was previously a Griffiths Stadium 200 metres to the east of the current location from October 3, 1936 until the new site was opened.

Griffiths Stadium was expanded in August and September 2011, adding 1,174 seats. Funding for the new seats will be provided by University of Saskatchewan...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia


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