The Batoche and St. Laurent areas were home to approximately 1,200 settlers, the majority of which were Métis. In 1872 the Village of Batoche was established when Xavier Letendre opened a ferry crossing and built a store. By 1884 the Batoche area grew to approximately fifty family river lots.
- House Museum/Homestead
- Batoche National Historic Site, Batoche, SK, Canada
- Weekdays 9:00-17:00
Participating in #HISTORICPLACESDAYS
- Food and Beverages
- Guided Tour
- National Historic Site
- Wheelchair Access
Batoche National Historic Site, Batoche, SK, Canada
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre
Duck Lake, Saskatchewan
Experience the frontier for First Nations, Métis and pioneer society during 1870-1905. Th…
Battle of Tourond’s Coulee / Fish Creek
This is the scene of an important victory for the Métis resistance in their fight against…
Fort Carlton Provincial Park
Fort Carlton rebuilt Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) post from 1810 – 1885.
Doukhobor Dugout House National Historic Site
In 1899, the Doukhonours came to the prairies in Western Canada. Many Russian Doukhobors …
Popular VisitLists Including "Batoche"
Victoria, British Columbia to Saint Lunaire-Griquet, Newfoundland and Labrador 17 places
Long ago and far away . . . yesterday and next door
Batoche, Saskatchewan to Montague, Prince Edward Island 7 places
For all your pandemic carb needs!
Batoche National Historic Site
Batoche, Saskatchewan 1 place
This historic site shares with the visitor an important part of Canadian history.