Diefenbaker House Museum

This house was the residence of John G. Diefenbaker
immediately prior to his becoming Prime Minister of
Canada and was opened to the public as a museum
in 1983.

The museum is furnished as it was in Mr. Diefenbaker's
day. Within the museum you will find artifacts, documents
and photographs of Canada’s thirteenth Prime Minister and
Member of Parliament for Prince Albert from 1953 to 1979.

Tour guides will tell you the story of Mr. Diefenbaker and
lead you on a tour through his house.

Diefenbaker House Museum

246 19th Street West
Prince Albert, SK.
(306) 764-2992

Summer hours:This museum is now closed and will reopen for the summer season on May 24, 2016

Winter hours: Unfortunately we cannot accommodate visits to this museum during the winter.