The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is proud to announce the completion of two major renovation projects: the installation of a more accessible public elevator and a new family-friendly washroom. A number of other updates have also been completed to refresh and modernize the Museum, including new flooring in the existing washrooms, a fresh coat of paint in the lobby and new carpeting throughout the First Nations Gallery.
“Visitors now have two more great reasons to come and enjoy a revitalized RSM,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowsky said. “The staff has already received a great deal of positive feedback from guests about the improvements made to the building. We are so pleased that the RSM is now more accessible and inclusive, and that families with young children can enjoy an improved visitor experience.”
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