Jasper Cultural & Historical Centre
1910 2-storey, brick Museum and Cultural Centre
The Jasper Cultural & Historical Centre is located in the centre of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. It was built as the town's school, Jasper Street School, in 1910 and educated hundreds of local students until 1986. The building was constructed with locally-made bricks and the interiors still have the original molded-tin ceilings and hardwood floors.
The Museum has developed themed display rooms where visitors can view an actual railway station house, or a one-room school house, or a collection of Heritage saddles and Charlie Russell's pictures.
Take a peek at some of them shown below...
Theme Rooms at the Jasper Centre
The Fleming Collection
The collection of Irving and Phoebe (Tootsie) Fleming includes household articles, clothing, barn items and barbed wire samples. Plus native artifacts and geographical findings.
Visit the Fleming's Victorian Bedroom.
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