Fort Walsh National Historic Site
A living fort from the 1870s, when the North West Mounted Police brought Canadian law to the West. Hear the stories of the Cypress Hills Massacre and learn of its impact on the Nakoda people and on Canada in Southwest Saskatchewan.
Visiting Fort Walsh National Historic Site
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Contact Fort Walsh National Historic Site
306-662-2645 (Site office - May to October):
306-662-3590 1-888-773-8888 (toll-free)
For emergencies at the historic site:
Hours of operation
Fort Walsh National Historic Site is now closed for the season. We look forward to seeing you in 2024!
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