Moose Jaw is a city in south-central Saskatchewan, Canada, on the Moose Jaw River. It is situated on the Trans-Canada Highway, 77 km (48 mi) west of Regina. Residents of Moose Jaw are known as Moose Javians. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Moose Jaw No. 161.
Restaurants in Moose Jaw
4.5 based on 173 reviews
This branch of the Western Development Museum focuses on transportation - and they've done an amazing job. There's a Snowbirds display and then a huge hall with planes, trains, and automobiles from Model Ts through 1950s and 70s. There are railway engines and planes that you can get close to. Everything is presented really well. Fascinating to look through the Saskatchewan timeline and see the accomplishments and the firsts that took place in the province. Very progressive in many ways. We spent an enjoyable couple of hours poking around and exploring. Kids would love the big displays and adults would appreciate learning about the history of the province. I'd highly recommend a visit here if you're in the Moose Jaw area.
4.5 based on 984 reviews
The Tunnels is a year-round attraction where guests are entertained with unique theatrical presentations of Canadian history. Beneath the streets you relive Al Capone's bootlegging days on the Chicago Connection and experience first-hand the hardships of early Chinese immigrants on the Passage to Fortune. At the Tunnels we have intrigue and history all rolled into one fabulous time. For an unforgettable experience bring all the family to relive the past at The Tunnels of Moose Jaw.
Our family had a great time at the Tunnels Tours. The staff were friendly as well. Both tours were very well done. The Passage of Fortune was very informative and The Chicago connection was so much fun.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
These murals are classy and well done (not graffiti). They are marked on a map available at the tourist information booth. We searched without the map and came up with 23 individual murals that we saw. I am sure we missed some. This however makes a walk through the downtown very interesting. Add it to your tunnels tours and you will spend a great day.
4.5 based on 56 reviews
The Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre (SBOIC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the endangered Burrowing Owl and their prairie habitat through education, stewardship and eco-tourism.
Neat place to stop. It's free and ran completely on donations. You can't hold owls which is sad yet not surprising as they are wild animals
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Anything and almost everything from the past can be found here. All in individual buildings like post office, general store, drug store etc. Well groomed grounds and spaciously laid out. A great place for the whole family. Washrooms on site and friendly staff to help out. Well worth the visit when in the area. A must see.
3.5 based on 225 reviews
Located in the heart of Moose Jaw’s downtown, Casino Moose Jaw has over 200 slot machines and your favorite table games, surrounded by 20 beautiful murals and décor inspired by The Roaring Twenties. We also bring live, world-class entertainment to Mae Wilson Theatre.
Situated across the street from Temple Gardens. This small casino offers a variety of slot play, as well as a limited number of table games (roulette, poker, black jack) . Staff were attentive, and always around. There is a small bar/restaurant offering basic food selections.
Payouts were average for any gov run casino (don't expect payouts to be as agressive as Las Vegas).
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Wakamow Valley is an urban natural park with over 20kms of trails and almost 500 acres of parkland. There are a vast number of recreational activities to enjoy in the valley for every season from canoeing and camping in the summer to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. The trails are open year round and the area is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna including more than 190 bird species. The valley also features three Playgrounds including a wheelchair accessible play area, four public pavilions available to rent for private events, an ecological zone with four distinct ecosystems, a 60 site campground and the ever-popular Burger Cabin. Located at the heart of Moose Jaw just minutes from the historic down town area, the valley offers a peaceful haven for locals and visitors alike.
There is a little of everything in this park. Playground equipment for children of all ages. Picnic areas. Hamburger stand. Ice Cream. Pathways for pedestrians and for bicycles as well. Dog walking. Canoe or kayak on the river. Lots and lots of green space. Beautiful serene setting along the river in the middle of Moose Jaw.
5 based on 22 reviews
The Moose Jaw Cultural Centre is a place where arts, entertainment, and culture thrive! Enjoy a variety of Concerts all year long in our 420-seat Mae Wilson Theatre, and compelling artwork by local artists in the Art Gallery.
Cinderella updated was really ambitious with 6 good musicians instead of the expected recordings. Besides, the actors were well cast so strengths appeared across the scenes-----amateurs or professionals. Rubarb productions has a great vision.
We 9 enjoyed it! Thanks, Heather! I was sorry that the Beth Wigmore alcove was blocked but I didn't tell anyone I was coming with the hope of seeing it.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Came here because they had a art sale going on in the basement. The sale was a little disappointing but the museum was very nice. Had some beautiful metal sculptures on display and the regular museum had some really interesting things including news of a plane crash I never knew about.
3.5 based on 50 reviews
If yare travelling thru Saskatchewan on the TransCanada Highway you want to take a slight detour off the highway and see some of the nicest parks and campgrounds you will ever see anywhere.this has anseries of mature campgrounds set in the lake valley full of trees,with a swimming pool and a couple of Beaches and a large picnic area.
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