During Native Prairie Appreciation Week, the Humboldt and District Museum will be offering free, drop-in guided tours of Original Humboldt. The event also serves as a complement to National Indigenous Peoples Day on Friday, June 21, the nationally recognized day meant to encourage us all to learn more about the rich Indigenous history of this land. 

The Museum staff and volunteers invite everyone to come out to Original Humboldt to learn a little about the pre-settlement history of our region. Histories about Red River Carts, the Carlton Trail, the Dominion Telegraph line, the 1885 North-West Resistance, and Chief Whitecap and the Dakota Nation all intersect on this piece of land. 

Stationary tours also available. 

For more information, please call Jennifer at 306.682.5226 or email culturalservicesdirector@humboldtmuseum.ca