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Short Description

Nutrien Wonderhub is Saskatchewan’s first and only children’s museum.

Long Description

Nutrien Wonderhub is Saskatchewan’s first and only children’s museum. Located in Saskatoon’s iconic Mendel building, the museum combines play with education to bridge the gap between school and home, nurturing creativity, discovery, and playful learning in children and grown-ups alike. Nutrien Wonderhub celebrates art, science, technology, and the cultural fabric of Saskatchewan through hands-on exhibits, programs, and community outreach.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Unlike most traditional museums, children’s museums feature exhibits and programming that encourage hands-on engagement through dynamic, interactive design. Nutrien Wonderhub’s facility promotes playful learning for children and their grown-ups in an inclusive and accessible environment.

Our team of volunteers and employees were looking for a name that clearly communicated who we are. Of all the ideas we explored, “Wonderhub” best captured the experience our organization provides. The new museum is, quite literally, a hub for wonder, with endless opportunities for discovery and playful learning. Whether we are in the building or out in the community, Wonderhub brings people together to reconnect to that sense of wonder that makes childhood so magical.

We are currently accepting volunteers for our outreach programming and special events. We also welcome support in the form of donations. Nutrien Wonderhub is a registered charity (charitable #854836137RR0001) and issues charitable tax receipts.

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The Conservatory remains closed to the public for the time being. The City has big plans for this beloved space, and we look forward to seeing it open again following these improvements.