The Soo Line Historical Museum is located along Highway 39, in Weyburn Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Soo Line Historical Museum houses a collection of artifacts that were used by Weyburn and district pioneers. a collection of Indian artifacts, and the Soo Line Historical Archives. The display area encompasses two floors and covers the era from c. 1880 to present, and depicts many aspects of life and work. Our renovations have allowed us to greatly diversify our displays. We now have a Doctor/Dental Office, General Store, Law Office, and various rooms depicting home life circa 1920. In addition, we invite you to visit our CP Rail caboose, circa 1930, and our farm display.
Our feature display is the Charles Wilson Collection. It is the largest known collection of silver amassed by one man in Canada. The displayed collection contains more than 5,000 items, including, silver, glass ware, antique furniture, and many unique items. We now have a few pictures from the Wilson collection, and our displays on line.
Guided tours of our museum by appointment only.
Our museum is open year round. When you come to see us, please visit our Souvenir Shop and Tourist Information Center.