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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
S0G 2K0

Charitable Registration Number
83482 0524 RR000

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Welcome to the Historic Bell Barn

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Bell Barn

Hours of Operation: 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily
May Long Weekend to Labour Day Long Weekend
Or by Appointment at: Contact Us

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.

Initiated in 2006, the Bell Barn Society has received the support of many people and organizations, including two very prominent Saskatchewanians: Dr Lynda Haverstock and Eric Peterson.

Honourary Patron

Hon. Dr. Lynda Haverstock

Former Lieut. Gov. of Saskatchewan

Honourary Chairman

Eric Peterson

Renowned Canadian actor

To learn more about the Bell Barn Society, our recently-completed reconstruction project, new initiatives and future plans, and about our honourary members, please click on the tabs at the top of each page, or on the following links:

- Hon. Dr. Lynda Haverstock

- Eric Peterson

- Map showing the location of the Bell Barn, north of Indian Head, SK.