Easter Weekend in Saskatoon: A list of family activities, events & other fun things to do this Easter weekend.
For more activities, see Spring Break Family Activities in Saskatoon.
I. Family & Kids Activities
Play Easter Games
From the classic egg hunt to egg bowling, check out our list fun creative indoor games that will lift everyone’s festive spirits.
Easter Chocolates, Treats, Dinner & more
Check out local Saskatoon bakeries and shops to pick up your tasty Easter treats or delicious dinner.
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Easter Break at Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Join interpretive guides for daily Public Programs during the break! Details
April 5-9, 2021 | 10 AM – 4 PM
Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR #4, Penner Road, Saskatoon
Pancake Breakfast & Easter Egg Hunt
Join the Champetre County on April 3rd for a Pancake Breakfast and socially distanced Easter Egg Hunt! You can also access the Lost Corral Maze, campfire and enjoy a visit to the animals. Details
Saturday, April 3, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Children 8 & under $25, Adults 9 & over $30.50; To reserve email: email@example.com
Visit the Vatican Museum, Virtually
Before the times of Covid-19, Easter was a time when many visited the famed Vatican Museum. The Vatican Museums has a very extensive collection of art and sculptures gathered by successive Popes over the centuries, as well as some of Apostolic Palace’s most artistic rooms. When Covid-19 forced the museum to shut its physical doors, the Museum opened virtually with virtual tours of the grounds and treasured exhibits. You can also do a 360° virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel, where one can see the painting of Michelangelo’s Last Judgment behind the altar wall as well as the Stories of Genesis on the ceiling.
For more Museums and Galleries to visit virtually, check out our article.
Saskatoon has a vibrant art community. While many installations are permanent, you won’t want to miss out on any of thetemporary artworks around the city. Check them out before they disappear!
Visit the Zoo
Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo is open with restrictions and new guidelines. See animals, enjoy the playground and more. Details
Daily | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, 1903 Forestry Farm Park Drive, Saskatoon
Adults $13.50; Youth (6-18) $8.10; Pre-school (0-5) Free; Family $27
Purchase a Zoo Season Pass $27 – $45
Admission to the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo is by donation until March 31st.
See Giant Attractions
Are you feeling up for a road trip? The Prairie provinces boast of larger-than-life sculptures and Saskatchewan has its own fair share of big things. Hit the road and check out the cool roadside attractions located throughout the province.
A Trans-Canadian Road Trip
You hear it all the time – Saskatchewan is so flat and filled with farmland that there is nothing worth stopping for. But, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. The fact is, for as flat as this province is, there is so much to see. Hit the road and travel the Trans-Canada Highway in Saskatchewan.
Spring is a great time to go birding and there are many fabulous locations in Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Birding Trail Experience guide will help you find and enjoy the many birding locations in the province.
If you are a beginner birder, check the online Beginner Bird ID workshop by Birds Canada’s Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas Coordinator LeeAnn Latremouille. This hour-long workshop will cover the basic tools used in bird watching, the fundamentals of bird identification, and an overview of some of the major groups of birds found in Saskatchewan and the Canadian Prairies.
Take advantage of the Birding Backpacks by Saskatoon Public Library. These backpacks, provided in partnership with Birds Canada includes binoculars and information to help you identify different species of birds.
Looking for a guided birding tour? Living Sky Wildlife Rehabilitation offers bird tours in and outside of the city. Book a custom bird tour and get to exploring!
A Family Meal
Enjoy a delicious family meal at the Berry Barn. Details
Monday to Sunday | 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Berry Barn, 830 Valley Rd, Saskatoon
Explore a Neighbouring Community
Saskatchewan is a diverse and unique province in so many ways; some of this uniqueness is reflected in their names of the places. Plan a road trip to get pictures with the signs from each and every one.
Prairie Jurassic Family Fun Centre
Enjoy laser tag games, maze, dodge ball, arcade games, archery tag and more. Details
Tuesday – Friday | 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Saturday | 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Sunday | 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Prairie Jurassic Family Fun Centre, 618 Cynthia Street, Saskatoon
Weekly Drop-in Artmaking
Scotiabank Something on Sundays features a new artmaking activity each week.
RBC Creative Space features seasonal artmaking activities based on current exhibitions. Details
RBC Creative Space | Saturday | 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Scotiabank Something on Sundays | Sunday | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Remai Modern – Cameco Learning Studio, 102 Spadina Crescent East, Saskatoon
SoS is free to attend, no admission or registration required; RBC Creative Space is Free with membership or museum admission, no registration required.
Take a Hike
Spring is here. Enjoy fresh air at hiking trails in Saskatoon.
Find clues, solve puzzles & complete your mission before time runs out. Details
Escape City’s Remote Adventures can be played virtually, from anywhere!
Daily | Hours Vary
Escape City, 248 3rd Avenue S, Saskatoon
$26 to $30; Book Online
Plan a Weekend Getaway
From the rolling hills, seas of waving grass, and mysterious badlands of Grasslands National Park to the history, architecture, culture and natural beauty of Saskatoon to the bountiful fishing, and recreational activities of her Provincial Parks, Saskatchewan offer fascinating weekend getaways under its living skies.
Saskatoon Public Library
Saskatoon Public Libraries are now open. Although only limited services are now available, you can now enjoy the experience of browsing the vast collection of books at the Library. Those who don’t want to spend time browsing through stacks or save time can opt for Grab & Go Bags. Each of these bags will contain 10 books of a selected single genre.
You can also borrow Book Club in a Bag, Role Play Game in a Bag, and STEAM Kits. Details
Various Library Branches, Saskatoon
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