Fraser Tims Gift Shop

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The Fraser Tims Gift Shop is located in the Swift Current Museum, and it is one of the best places to find unique gift items such as books, clothing, jewelry, crafts, decorative arts, toys and more. Souvenir items such as postcards, magnets and note cards reflect the beauty of the Swift Current region and distinctive photographic images from the museum’s collection. 

The gift shop also has a unique collection of cds produced by musicians from across the southwest.  Whether you’re seeking that perfect gift to delight and inspire or just want to take home a memory of your visit, you’re sure to find your treasure at the Fraser Tims Gift Shop.

IMGP3868Centennial Merchandise
A large selection of merchandise is available at the museum gift shop to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the City of Swift Current.  Items include t-shirts, hoodies, golf shirts and hats.  For more information, or to make an order, contact the museum at 306-778-2775.

The museum sells a varied selection of jewelry, accessories and handcrafts created by local artisans on consignment.

Shop Hours
The gift shop is open during regular museum viewing hours year-round.
Monday–Friday 9am–5pm and Saturdays 1pm–5pm. 
In the summer months (June–August) the gift shop is also open on Sundays from 1pm–5pm.
Phone: 306-778-2775.

Method of Payment
The gift shop accepts cash, cheque and debit cards.  Credit card services are not currently available.  An ATM is available in the museum parking lot for your convenience.


About the Name
The Museum’s gift shop is named after Fraser Tims, Swift Current’s first merchant.  Fraser and his brother, William, arrived at Swift Current in December 1882 when the Canadian Pacific Railway reached the creek and the town site was chosen.  He erected a wooden storefront and left his brother to watch the business over the winter.  In the spring of 1883, the Fraser Tims began a steady business supplying the needs of the CPR workers and arranging shipments of goods arriving from the east to destinations in the north via the Battleford Trail.