Everyone is welcome at Wonderhub.

Nutrien Wonderhub is a space to come together, celebrate community, and learn through play. Our exhibits and programs are designed to be exciting and educational experiences for all.

We are committed to the inclusion and recognition of all children regardless of race, age, culture, ability, ethnicity, nationality, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, marital status, religious affiliation, or socioeconomic status.

We proudly welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) individuals and families through our doors.

Inclusivity programs

At Nutrien Wonderhub, we recognize that there are some individuals in our community who are immunocompromised. By providing a special event for these families with elevated cleaning and reduced capacity we are able to offer an experience for these more vulnerable families where they get to fully enjoy the fun of Wonderhub. Our immunocompromised event will run for 2 hours on select days during the year when we are normally closed to the public. During those 2 hours we will limit our capacity, require everyone over the age of 6 to wear a mask, and increase our already stringent cleaning protocols. All attendees must certify that an individual in their immediate household is immunocompromised.

At Nutrien Wonderhub, we recognize that our environment can be a bit overstimulating for individuals with disabilities. By providing a low sensory experience we are able to offer an experience for individuals with disabilities and their families. Our low sensory experience will run for 2 hours on select Mondays during the year. During those 2 hours we will limit our capacity, lower the lights, and reduce ambient noise in the museum.

Wonderhub is proud to offer various ways for community members who need additional support in order to visit us, in addition to our Bursary Program. Thanks to support from the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon, we offer family entry passes at three library locations around Saskatoon who support underserved populations. These passes are proudly sponsored and are able to be borrowed for one week at a time, allowing families of up to 6 to enter Wonderhub at no charge.  Thank you Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon!

If your company is interested in supporting our Leisure Access Program, to further support underserved members of our community to access Wonderhub, please email [email protected]

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors and granting agencies, we are pleased to provide eligible community schools, preschools, and groups a fun, educational museum experience free of charge.

Our Access Program includes transportation and the choice of one of our facilitated educational programs.

We respectfully acknowledge that Nutrien Wonderhub is situated on Treaty 6 Territory, the ancestral lands of the Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota Peoples, and the traditional homeland of the Metis Nation.

We pay our respects to the past, present and future caretakers of these sacred lands, and dedicate ourselves and our organization to advancing truth and reconciliation in our community, and creating a safe and equitable space for all.

Contact us

To discuss inclusive program opportunities and Access Program eligibility, please contact Kat Moon (Education and Outreach Manager) at (306) 249‑3574 or [email protected].