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Humboldt Travel Guide

Humboldt, Saskatchewan, is a little bit of Germany in the Heart of the Prairies. Known for its agriculture service industry, the mixed farming region is part of the largest hog producing area in Saskatchewan. Humboldt is a thriving city of 5,577 people in the heart of Saskatchewan. You will find exciting attractions, accommodations, restaurants and recreation of all kinds - all year round! Visit the Humboldt and District Museum & Gallery which offers a unique view of the multicultural heritage of the area or enjoy one of the year-round recreational facilities in town (Golf Course, Aquatic Centre, Public Skating or Curling). Go fishing, hunting and cross country skiing or visit Waldsea Lake Regional Park, just 10 minutes out of town. You will discover Humboldt within easy driving distance of both Saskatoon and Regina, where Saskatchewan's major airports are located.

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Willkommen Centre, Humboldt
Willkommen Centre

The Willkommen Centre is where you can learn about St. Peter's Colony.

(Business & Services Organizations, Museum, Tourism Organizations)
Humboldt & District Museum & Gallery, Humboldt
Humboldt & District Museum & Gallery

The Humboldt and District Museum & Gallery offers visitors a unique view of the multicultural heritage of Humboldt and area.

Humboldt's Murals, Humboldt
Humboldt's Murals

Take a walk through downtown Humboldt and feel like you are walking through an outdoor art gallery.

(Tourist Attractions)
Bill Benson Military Museum, Humboldt
Bill Benson Military Museum

Through its extensive collection, the impact of war is remembered and preserved, at the award winning Bill Benson Military Museum.

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