Canada's quickest developing city, Saskatoon, is regularly alluded to as the ‘Paris of the Prairies’ for its excellent metal hued bridges. Also, it's making up for a lost time to the French capital with its rich cultural and historical contributions. Street indications of the revived Riversdale area have minimal red hearts close to the names, bistros buzz with sightseers and local people, and riverside ways offer beautiful vistas of the horizon and the curious regions. Here we have the best attractions and eateries not to be missed in Saskatoon.
Apex Jump Trampoline
Get excited and engage in the most thrilling indoor adventure with a safe, guided, clean environment of the apex adventure activities. You will come across innovative and engaging equipment suitable for any age group. Enjoy the trampoline park, rock climbing, bubble soccer arena and four private party areas spread over 16,000 square feet. Complete the test and climb right to the highest point of the Trojan stage. Get, hit or kick the carrot as you feel the surge of a 9' free fall into our best in class Big Air Bag.
Remai Modern, another museum of present-day and contemporary craftsmanship. Remai Present-day is a course setting artistry gallery and social event place for culture and the local area. The structure incorporates 11 display spaces, a 150-seat theatre, Shift eatery, open-air patios and rooms with dazzling perspectives on the South Saskatchewan Waterway.
Nutrien Wonderhub is a non-profit organization that aims at joining play with education, overcoming any issues among school and home and drawing in travellers through involved displays, projects, and effort that commend craftsmanship, science, innovation, and the cultural texture of Saskatchewan.
Paddock Wood Brewing
Paddock Wood was formed in 2002 and is one of Saskatchewan's first chief microbreweries. Find the best brews in Saskatoon, either bottled or canned in liquor stores or restaurants. Get some of the most refreshing and unique taste from Paddock Brews.
Enjoy the whole vibe of the cabin, the smell of campfire and some mouth-watering Canadian cuisine with a tip-off of smoke.