Historical Campus Tours

Historical walking tours are available throughout the year for school and community groups as well as individuals and families. In this 1.5 hour walking tour your docent will highlight the university’s history, important achievements, and unique architecture. These tours are a great way to get students interested in and familiar with the university, inspire future university students, and help familiarize newcomers to Saskatchewan with this important landmark.

If you would like to schedule a walking tour, please note that there is a $35 fee per group. 

Great War Tour

Observing sites of significance and memorials located on campus, as well as hearing stories of the achievements and sacrifices of faculty, students and staff, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the profound impact the War had on the University of Saskatchewan.

If you would like to schedule a walking tour, please note that there is a $35 fee per group. 

Indigenous History Tour

The University of Saskatchewan is located on Treaty 6 territory and homeland of the Métis. This tour focuses on architectural and oral Indigenous histories, drawn from within our municipal and campus communities, as well as the lived experiences of Indigenous students at the University of Saskatchewan.

If you would like to schedule a walking tour, please note that there is a $35 fee per group. 

Ghost Tour

Calling all ghouls and goblins to join us on a spooktacular tour of the University of Saskatchewan campus. Experience some of the university's gothic-inspired architecture, learn about its history, and catch up on a few ghost tales. 

Disclaimer: As part of the University of Saskatchewan Ghost Tours, the guides take guests to various sites around campus that are believed—according to urban legend—to be haunted by spirits. As part of the tour, the guides also tell ghost stories that may not be suitable for children under the age of 12. Parents should use their own good judgement when booking the tour.  

Stay tuned for future tour dates (2019).

Please contact us to book or for more information, or book online.

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