Prince Albert Travel Guide
Welcome to Prince Albert!With a population of just over 40,000 people, Prince Albert was founded in 1885. The third largest city in Saskatchewan, people in town stop by the local arena and check out the Prince Albert Raiders of the Western Hockey League. Other attractions include the Prince Albert National Park, a great area for nature enthusiasts to enjoy the great outdoors and only 51 km (32 mi), and the once home of famous conservationist Archibald Belany, the Englishman who posed as the Native known as Grey Owl. The Prince Albert Historic Museum shows how life was once lived at the end of the 1800s displaying artifacts like a grandfather clock from 1501 and a violin from 1735 brought to the area by the first settlers in the area. This central Saskatchewan city is situated about 400 km (250 mi) north of Regina and is in an area perfect for people looking to take in the great outdoors or to experience nature in all its grandeur.
Located in a fire hall built in 1911, the museum features exhibits on and artifacts from the area's early settlers, fur traders and First Nations groups.
Hotels & Motels
The Holiday Inn Express Prince Albert offers spacious guest rooms and suites with luxurious bedding, cable TV, microwaves, mini fridges and complimentary hot breakfast.
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