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Located on the lower level, this realistic, kid-centric mine environment offers families the opportunity to experience what it’s really like to work as a mining geologist, engineer, mechanic, or machine operator. Once in the main mine room, children can “operate” a rotor borer machine or use conveyors to transfer ore to a lift.
Located on the lower level, our Spotlight Area features an exhibit by Parks Canada that offers a glimpse into Saskatchewan’s national parks. Touch and feel animal footprints, explore a kid-sized oTENTik, discover what fish you’ll find in our lakes and streams, and snap a photo with Parka, Parks Canada’s fuzzy mascot.
Located on the lower level, both our Create Spaces are dedicated to creation and collaboration. Create Space is a project hub, perfect for experimenting with methods and mediums. The Workshop is an enclosed, secure area for more advanced tools and facilitated operations, including drilling, soldering, and sanding.
Inspired by the bridges of Saskatoon, Little Bridges is a sensory play environment adjacent to the Main Gallery specially designed for children ages 0-36 months. Zoned areas with different age and developmental levels create an immersive experience that encourages sensory exploration and communication.
Located in the North Gallery, Boxes o’ Fun encourages children to experiment with sound, light, and movement. Each box is a stand-alone, walk-in structure: inside you might create a symphony, record a mini-movie, play with textures, or discover the fun and magic of black light.
Located in the Main Gallery, Toon Town is an ever-changing townscape and the perfect place for collaborative, imaginative play. Here, kids have full control over the installations: today’s doctor’s office might be tomorrow’s candy shop!
Located in the North Gallery, Cosmic Commotion is a truly tactile experience. Kids can pop up through holes in the climbing structure’s web-like surface, or swing from dangling crocheted “pods.”
Nutrien Wonderhub is honoured to be the only facility in North America with a permanent installation from internationally-acclaimed artist Toshiko Horiuchi.