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).