Batoche National Historic Site

Hwy. 312 & Hwy. 225
Batoche, SK S0K 3R0- Map It
(306) 423-6227

AAA Editor Notes

Batoche National Historic Site is w. on Hwy. 225. The decisive battle of the Northwest Rebellion/Métis Resistance of 1885 was fought at this site, which covers 1,080 hectares (1,650 acres). Features include the ruins of a Batoche village, the St. Antoine de Padoue church and a rectory. The Visitor Reception Centre has an audiovisual presentation and exhibits about the culture and traditions of Métis descendants. Interpretive signs are at key locations throughout the park, and costumed interpreters are on hand to answer questions.
Free in 2017 to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation. Otherwise admission is $7.43; $6.24 (ages 65+); $3.71 (ages 6-16); $18.67 (family, up to seven people with maximum of two adults).
Hours: Daily 9-5, July 1-early Sept.; Mon.-Fri. 9-5, late May-June 30 and early Sept.-early Oct.