Medieval Times with the Museum of Antiquities
Date and time
The Bowl at the University of Saskatchewan
107 Administration Place, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5A2
Directions: The Bowl is the large grassy area in the center of the main campus. It is just outside the Peter MacKinnon Building, where the Museum of Antiquities is located.
Offered in English.
Calling all medieval culture enthusiasts! On Saturday, September 23rd, the Museum of Antiquities will be teaming up with the Vatnheim Vikings, the Barony of Myrgan Wood, and Saskatoon Historical Fencing for an afternoon of games, crafts, combat, and sensational stories fit for the whole family. The event will take place from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the Bowl at the University of Saskatchewan.
This event is free and open to all ages. Be sure to RSVP on our Facebook page if you’re interested and stay tuned for more information coming soon.
- Facebook Event facebook.com
Museum of Antiquities
The Museum of Antiquities was founded in 1974 by Ancient History professor Michael Swan and Art History professor Nicholas Gyenes. The collection began as a dozen replicas purchased from the Louvre that were kept in various locations across campus. Back in 1974, the Museum chose to begin its collection with Graeco-Roman art and has since expanded to include the cultures of ancient Egypt and the ancient Near East. It encompasses both original artefacts and replicas, including a diverse collection of original ancient glass, coinage, and pottery.