Langham and District Heritage Village and Museum
302 Railway Street
Langham, SK S0K 2L0
The Museum was created in 1993 to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret artifacts that best serve to illustrate the history and development of Langham and District from its founding and earliest European settlement through to 30 years prior to current date. In 2001 the Museum moved into the local CNR Train Station, which was built in 1905.
The Museum is a non-profit, educational establishment, operated for the betterment of the community. It serves the residents of Langham and District by its emphasis on special programs within the museum. The gallery displays the generously donated items of the pioneers who made Langham area their home. A large archive of rich history is set up in displays such as a chapel, country store, school room, country kitchen, vintage machinery, etc.
A new addition to our displays is a wooden milk cow named Buttercup Betty. She is used to demonstrate how our ancestors would milk cows by hand. In June of 2013 we added Smokey the horse to our animal family.
Located outside the entrance is a Peace Pole with the message of peace “May Peace Prevail on Earth” written in the diverse languages of the cultures English, Norwegians, Doukhobors, Mennonites, Hutterites and Cree that settled the area.
The Museum is open to the Public from the long weekend in May to end of September from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Winter Hours (September until end of April) are by appointment only.
For Appointments or rental inquiries, please contact: Doreen Nickel (306) 283-4342 or The Langham Town Office (306) 283-4842