Alex Youck School Museum
Step into the past with the Alex Youck School Museum
The museum is a showroom of teaching artifacts and archival documents dating back to the 1800s.
The museum provides a hands-on experience for adults and children. It offers an opportunity to relive Saskatchewan's rich educational heritage. School classes and adult groups are invited to visit the museum.
Retired Regina Public Schools teachers volunteer to run and administer the museum. In it, you can have the classroom experience featuring:
- slate blackboards,
- pot belly stove, wood box and coal pail
- ink wells and feather pens
- early Queen Victoria and Canadian readers
- a 1910 wall map,
- cast iron desks with wooden tops
- an 1880s slide projector
- teaching supplies and hardware from many eras
- yearbooks, pennants, pictures and memorabilia from all Regina Public Schools current and former.
To arrange a guided school tour, call (306) 523-3000. Tours are by appointment only and provided when volunteers are available and during hours of operation during the school year (Monday to Friday 8:00-11:55 a.m. and 1:00-4:30 p.m.).