Wanuskewin Heritage Park sits above the Opimihaw Creek and the South Saskatchewan River near Saskatoon. Wanuskewin, named after the nehiyawewin (Plains Cree) word roughly translated as "seeking peace of mind," has been a sacred site and gathering place for more than 6,400 years.
In partnership with Saskatoon Public Library, the University of Saskatchewan Library is offering a Discovery Pass to Wanuskewin. This pass provides one family admission (up to six people) to Wanuskewin Heritage Park for seven days for free. You will have access to the Visitor Centre and Trail System, including: Exhibits & Galleries, Gift Shop, Restaurant, Public Programming, Public Dances & Music Presentations, Trails, Tipi Village, Playground, Bison Herd, and Snowshoes.
There will be four passes to access at a time and can be found at the Murray Library ground floor. Please take the Discovery Pass case to the Murray Library Services Desk where it will be exchanged for a pass.