The permanent gallery displays both historic and contemporary items to examine the relationship of humans and the environment of Southwest Saskatchewan. Interactive stations and video monitors are also there to help make the exhibition interesting and educational. The gallery is designed to be self-guided, however, tours are available upon request.
Temporary Exhibition Gallery
The temporary gallery displays exhibitions that change five times a year. This portion of the gallery hosts travelling exhibitions, curated exhibitions by the museum's staff using items from the museum's collection, or exhibitions using borrowed artifacts from the local community. This space is also used to present the annual elementary school heritage fair displays in the Spring. These changing exhibitions allow the Museum to explore a variety of topics and provide something new for visitors several times a year. Current Exhibition
Online Centennial Exhibits
To celebrate the City of Swift Current's 100th anniversary of becoming a city, the museum staff curated a number of exhibitions highlighting some of the city's greatest achievements and significant contributions over the decades. The exhibits have been put online in a condensed format as a record. To view online exhibits, click here.
Stories of Saskatchewan's Great Southwest
The Stories of Saskatchewan's Great Southwest is a series of videos produced in partnership between the Swift Current Museum and Southwest TV News. The documentary series highlights some of the great stories of the region and shares this interesting and meaningful history with the people of southwest Saskatchewan. To watch the videos, click here.