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Explore all the things to do in Saskatoon

The Radisson hotel lies in downtown Saskatoon, a city nicknamed “Paris of the Prairies” for its vibrant attractions and “the City of Bridges” for its seven river crossings. Take in stunning views of the Meewasin Valley and the Saskatchewan River from your room or suite, and then visit Wanuskewin Heritage Park to admire its natural beauty first-hand while learning about the cultures of the indigenous peoples of the Northern Plains. You can learn more about the area’s history at the Western Development Museum and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada. Are you a faithful sports fan? Cheer on the Saskatoon Blades hockey team or the Saskatchewan Rush lacrosse team at SaskTel Centre.

Arts and culture:
  • Ukrainian Museum of Canada (1 km/0.6 mi)
    The Ukrainian Museum of Canada features books, textiles and other artefacts that honour the history and heritage of Ukrainian immigrants who built their new lives in Canada. 
    Phone: +1 (306) 244-3800
  • Remai Modern (1.5 km/0.9 mi)
    Opened in 2017, this gallery showcases national and international contemporary art, modern works like a collection of Picasso’s linocuts, and the artwork of indigenous peoples. 
    Phone: +1 (306) 975-7610
  • Western Development Museum (3.8 km/2.4 mi)
    The largest human history museum in Saskatchewan, the Western Development Museum offers more than 75,000 artefacts to give visitors a glimpse of the region’s past. 
    Phone: +1 (306) 931-1910

Districts:

  • River Landing (0.9 km/0.5 mi)
    Spread across 36 beautiful acres on the banks on the South Saskatchewan River, this premier family-friendly destination features the city's first outdoor fitness circuit, an amphitheatre, a water fountain for the kids and some of the best views in Saskatoon.
  • Riversdale (1.2 km/0.7 mi)
    The historic Riversdale neighbourhood was one of the three original settlements that formed the city of Saskatoon in 1906. Visitors come far and wide to explore the farmers' market, retailers and restaurants that line 20th West Street.
    Phone: +1 (306) 242-2711

Nature:

  • Meewasin Valley (throughout the river valley in the city)
    This 37-mile nature preserve along the Saskatchewan River provides a walking trail and scenic places to sit and admire Saskatoon’s beauty.
    Phone: +1 (306) 665-6887
  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park (4.1 km/2.5 mi)
    Wanuskewin Heritage Park honours the country’s First Nations people and their close relationship with the land. The park offers cultural programs, tours, workshops and dance performances. 
    Phone: +1 (306) 931-6767

Sports:

  • Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Club (8 km/4.9 mi)
    Reserve a Rush game-day rate at Radisson Hotel Saskatoon to see the only NLL team in Saskatchewan play at SaskTel Centre. The Rush were the NLL Champions for both 2016 and 2018!
    Phone: +1 (306) 978-7874
  • Saskatoon Blades (8 km/4.9 mi)
    Hockey fans won’t want to miss seeing the Saskatoon Blades at SaskTel Centre. Don your royal blue and gold and get your tickets online to watch this junior ice hockey team in action.
    Phone: +1 (306) 975-8844

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