Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre
The Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre is owned and operated by a non-profit organization, The Duck Lake Historical Society. Its mandate is the preservation and conservation of First Nations, Métis and pioneer cultures and artifacts. As you follow the circular path of the gallery, you will learn about the people's clothing, religion, education, political point of upheaval and the development of economic life. It also offers a unique gift shop, guided tours of the museum and outdoor murals, catered lunches for groups, children's programs, bilingual tours, a 64-seat conference room and a travelling art gallery. It is open seven days a week from Victoria Day to Labour Day or otherwise by appointment.