Tourism and Hospitality

Tourism Saskatchewan’s tourism industry generates over $2.12 billion annually in economic spin-off and records about 12.5 million visits
per year. Over 80 per cent of tourism dollars come from Saskatchewan residents.

Moose Jaw boasts one of the highest numbers
of tourist attractions per capita in Canada and contributes over $90 million a year to the local economy.

According to Census information, Moose Jaw experienced more overnight, destination and longer stays from points of origin outside Saskatchewan than comparable size cities in the rest of the province. The city is already a well-known tourist destination, and tourists see Moose Jaw as a very safe and relaxing place to vacation. Local downtown shops depend on a strong tourist trade, and not surprisingly are often the first to feel a down-turn in the economy. Several hotels have opened or expanded in the past few years expanding the supply of new rooms substantially.

HERITAGE TOURISM Moose Jaw certainly recognizes the value of maintaining and restoring historic buildings and creating unique experiences for tourists. In a bold act of imagination, the city rejuvenated its downtown economy by tapping into the value of heritage buildings and its rich history. Moose Jaw’s historic Grant Hall Inn has been transformed into a stunningly elegant boutique hotel with fine dining restaurant, lounge, and retail area. Preservation of the city’s heritage and cultural assets provides a backdrop for many arts and culture attractions, including the Mae Wilson Performing Arts Theatre, Moose Jaw Cultural Centre, Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, Casino Moose Jaw, the Tunnels of Moose Jaw, Yvette Moore Gallery, Moose Jaw Trolley Car Tours, Burrowing Owls, Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum, Library and Art Museum, and Western Development Museum, etc. Temple Gardens Mineral Spa is named one of the ‘Top 100 Spas in North America’ placing 45th and included in the ‘Top 10 Getaways in Canada’.

MOSAIC PLACE AND YARACENTRE the City’s hockey, curling sports complex and field house have attracted major sporting events, festivals and conventions to the city. In 2016 Mosaic Place earned recognition in the Top 5 Venues Today Magazine attracting over 650,000 turns annually.

DINING & SHOPPING The historic downtown area showcases plenty of one-of-a-kind shopping and dining experiences found throughout its many boutiques and cafes offering a personalized brand of customer service.

ARTS & CULTURE Festival Visitors enjoy a host of arts and cultural festivals, such as: the Festival of Words, Moose Jaw Band and
Choral Festival, Music Festival, Motif, Moose Jaw Dance Festival, etc. RuBarb Productions Inc. is a local theatrical production company providing educational opportunities to young people and live theatre year-round at the Mae Wilson Theatre.



Tourism Moose Jaw boasts one of the highest numbers of tourist attractions per capita in Canada.

450 Diefenbaker Drive, Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1N2
Toll Free: 1-866-693-8097 Local: 306-693-8097


Moose Jaw has a full year calendar of events for everyone.


The Western Development Museum is the keeper of Saskatchewan’s collective heritage. The Museum shares the province’s unique sense of place with all people for their understanding and enjoyment.

50 Diefenbaker Dr., Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L9
Phone: 306-693-5989

The Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre (SBOIC) is an educational facility dedicated to the conservation of Burrowing Owls and their prairie home.

250 Thatcher Drive East, Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L7
Email: Phone: 306-692-8710

Open 7 Days a Week, May to September.
8 miles South of Moose Jaw on Highway #2
Box 2071, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 7T2
Phone: 306-693-7315 Email: