Turner Curling Museum is currently closed. We are monitoring the COVID-19 Situation closely and will be following the advice of health officials to adjust our operating dates and business practices as needed. We appreciate your understanding during this time. As this situation evolves, The City of Weyburn will continue to provide regular updates as they are available through our website and social media.
Touted as “First in the World,” this unique museum is of interest to curlers and non-curlers alike.
The Turner collection features many rare historical curling pieces, and one of the largest collections of curling pins, with over 18,000!
Among the collection is a rare set of circular curling irons, used in the Ottawa Valley circa 1800. The largest is a rock sharpener used by the Queen City Curling Stone Company of Regina from the 1930’s to the 1950’s. There is also a collection of books from the Saskatchewan Curling Association and stacks of programs from various competitions throughout Canada and the world.
Hours of operation are Saturdays from 1-5 p.m. (additional tours are available by appointment).
No admission charge (donations are gratefully accepted).