Our tour programs offer an unbeatable way for you to get to understand the rich history of the park and the Plains Indigenous First Nations people who have lived here for thousands of years.

We offer guided tour programs year round for school groups, non-for-profit organizations, individuals, tour groups, and businesses. We recommend booking your guided tour ahead of time to save a tour spot since advance notice is required for a guided tour. On weekends we offer public programming for general admissions visitors. Check out our Event Calendar to see what is happening at Wanuskewin. To book your tour fill out our booking request form, or contact the Event Coordinator by calling 306-649-1705 for more information.

DAILY TOURS for general public/ small groups dropping in through July & August:

11:00 a.m. – Guided Walk
12:00 p.m. – Archaeology Dig Site Tour (Wed-Sun)
1:00 p.m. – Tipi Raising
2:00 p.m. – Daily Dance Performance
3:00 p.m. – Archaeology Dig Site Tour (Wed-Sun)

Tour Group Rates
Preschool, Elementary, High School $4.50
Post-secondary student $5.50
Senior Citizen $5.50
Adult $6.50

*Tour group rates are based on a minimum of 12 people in a tour group to receive the discounted rate. Groups under 12 people are allowed to book a tour, but the minimum group fee charge for 12 people will apply.

Guided Walks

  • Step Back in Time Walk (Available Year Round)
  • Medicine Walk (Available May – September)
  • Self-guided trail walk with interpretive map


  • Tipi Raising (Available Year Round)
  • Traditional Games (Available Year Round)
  • First Nations Technology: The Bison (Available Year Round)
  • Bison Hunt (Available May – October)
  • Cultural Awareness (Available Year Round)


  • Dream Catchers (Available Year Round – $3.50 pp)
  • Centre of Life Tipi Craft (Available Year Round – $2.50 pp)
  • Pottery (Available Year Round – $3.00 pp)
  • Bannock Bake (Available Year Round – $3.75 pp)

Winter Offsite Programming

  • Beaver Tales or Wâpos Tales (Available December – March)
  • Voyageur Games (Available December – March)
  • Dream Catcher Craft (Available December – March)
  • First Nations Technology: The Bison (Available December – March)

Self-guided indoor and outdoor tour options

  • Introductory DVD
  • Video Library: Thundering Ahead short films, and various informative video vignettes
  • Curated art exhibitions in the Grand Hall and Small Gallery
  • Public programming during our weekend operation hours
  • Daily Dance Performance (2 p.m. – May long weekend – September long weekend)
  • Traditional Tipi Display (outdoors)
  • Self-guided trail walk with interpretive map
  • Indoor and Outdoor scavenger hunts available
  • Archaeological Dig Site – {Weather Pending} (May-June daily, July & August Wed-Sunday)
  • Interpretive Garden Area (May-September)

View a detailed description of the tour programs that we offer