Welcome to the Historic Bell Barn
In 1882 the Canadian Pacific Railway pushed construction of Canada's first transcontinental railway across Saskatchewan. Before it reached the future site of Indian Head, a massive corporate farm was being built but a mile north of the railway right of way. Now, over 130 years later, technology has changed dramatically, and we are able to offer you a website designed to give you historical and current information on the reconstructed Bell Barn, a local initiative that preserved one of western Canada's most interesting historic sites.
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We greatly appreciate the financial and in-kind contributions that people and agencies have made and continue to make the Bell Barn Project Possible.
Please make your donations to:
Bell Barn Society of Indian Head
P.O. Box 1882
Indian Head, Saskatchewan
Charitable Registration Number
83482 0524 RR000
Hours Of Operation
Hours of Operation: Open daily May 18 to September 7, 2020 from 10am to 4:30pm.
Admission adults $5.00, students $3.00, children under 6 free,
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Educational Programs K-6
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