• Trolley Car Tour of Moose Jaw
  • Crescent Park in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan
  • Casino Moose Jaw
  • Historic Building in downtown Moose Jaw
  • Tunnels of Moose Jaw Tour
  • Wakamow Valley, Moose Jaw Tour

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Moose Jaw's Top Attractions

Temple Gardens is located in downtown Moose Jaw, a destination filled with historic buildings, a colourful past and a surprisingly sophisticated future. This small prairie city boasts the highest number of tourist attractions per capita in Canada. And the best news of all is that most of these are attractions are within walking distance. From morning to night visitors can discover their perfect match including vibrant concerts, a few hours at the casino, browsing well-known local artist galleries, and enjoying a chat over Saskatoon berry scones and a cappuccino.

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Casino Moose JawCasino Moose Jaw
Entertain yourself without going outside. Casino Moose Jaw has direct access from Temple Gardens. Featuring authentic themed decor, slots, tables and the latest in virtual tables, all for your entertainment.

Tunnels of Moose JawTunnels of Moose Jaw
Immerse yourself in the past, covering two very different periods in Moose Jaw’s rich, if somewhat chequered, history. Theatrical productions immerse you in Al Capone’s bootlegging operation or relive the experience of an Asian immigrant put to work in the underground laundry. A truly unique attraction for the entire family.

Moose Jaw Getaway
Enjoy a room at the Temple Gardens Hotel and Spa, experience the Tunnels of Moose Jaw and get some play money for the Casino all in one package starting at $99 per person per night.

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Moose Jaw Attractions

Mosaic Place, Moose JawMosaic Place
Experience the biggest name concerts and performances in a premium facility. Mosaic place has welcomed concerts as big as Meat Loaf, Dolly Parton, and Carrie Underwood as well as sporting events such as the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. This 210,000 square-foot facility features an entertainment/sports bowl, an 8 sheet curling club and function rooms for up to 900 patrons. And, it is just two blocks from Temple Gardens Hotel & Spa!

Singin' In the Rain by RuBarb ProductionsRuBarb Productions
Making Moose Jaw the place to come for live theater. RuBarb Productions Inc. is a thriving, non-profit theatre company presenting high-quality, live theatre entertainment. Temple Gardens is proud to be named among the sponsors of RuBarb productions. Their shows feature the most talented casts in great productions. Picture shows Geoffrey Tyler in the 2014 production "Singin' in the Rain"

Mae Wilson Theatre, Moose JawMae Wilson Theater
Magnificent live performance venue, fully restored and truly breathtaking. The 420-seat Mae Wilson Theatre welcomes shows including theater, concerts, musicals, ballet, and film.

Moose Jaw Trolley ToursTrolley Tours
Take a guided tour of Moose Jaw on a replica electric streetcar circa 1911 - 1932. Tour guide will explain the history that surrounds the downtown core as well as the modern day attractions.

Dining Out in Moose Jaw

Yvette Moore Gallery
Peruse our resident artist’s work, and enjoy a home cooked meal. Yvette Moore’s original artworks include acrylic brushwork scenes of Saskatchewan. One can also find artisan jewellery, craft consumables or mementoes of your visit.

Mitsu Sweet Café
Japanese inspired decor adds ambiance to homemade desserts and light bites. Features high quality coffees and Asian tea beverages; from the perfect latté to an iced matcha.

Déjà vu Café
Known for serving 100 types of chicken wings and 80 famous milkshakes. The name means “already seen”, but you really have not seen a menu quite like this. Featured on Canada’s food network, this is one of those hidden gems serving simple, exceptional food.

Bobby’s Place
Informal atmosphere featuring craft beers and single malts with seriously good comfort food. As lovers of good food ourselves, Temple Gardens gladly salutes the team at Bobby’s Place.

Common Café & Bakery
A great cup of coffee can change your day. Common café explore what a coffee shop and fresh bakery should be.

Brown’s Social House
Lively bistro atmosphere presenting a blend of traditional and innovative dishes with cocktails and craft beers.

Cultural activities

Western Development Museum
Magnificent classic cars and trains as well as fully restored vintage aeroplanes. A celebration of human invention, with the emphasis on vehicles.

Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
Displays of art from all over the world in the form of regularly rotating displays. See what collection is in town during your next visit.

Parson Dietrich Studio
Handcrafted Saskatchewan pottery made by a team of three highly skilled local artists.

Murals of Moose Jaw
Authentic examples of Moose Jaw’s past can be found on the sides of buildings throughout the downtown core. Some murals were advertisements for business that still exist today. Others depict celebrations of the City’s achievements.

Mosaic Gallery
The beauty of art is in the eye of the beholder. Rotating displays showcase the diverse range of artists in Saskatchewan. An opportunity to find something truly special, or a form of art that you had never seen before.

Sukanen Ship
See what a prairie village looked like 100 years ago. Learn about the Finnish sailor who built a ship on the Prairies. An immersive journey into the past for all the family.

Outdoor activities

Crescent Park
Rest, play and experience the culture of Moose Jaw. This 28 acre park, right opposite Temple Gardens is overlooked from many of our balcony rooms.

Wakamow Valley
Stunning hiking trails in the summer become country skiing or snow shoeing areas in the winter. Including hidden gems such as kayak rentals, play parks and the famous summer Burger Cabin.

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
Provincial park includes swimming pool, beaches, hiking trails and fishing spots. It is a place filled with subtle beauty and inspiring natural riches. Marshes, grasslands, rivers and woodlands mingle together, providing shelter and homes for a variety of wildlife.

Grandpa’s Garden
Nowhere offers fresher produce than Grandpa’s Garden. Family run operation featuring a market garden, artisanal honey and “pick your own” berries. Recently added honey wine to their repertoire.

Claybank Brick
A splendid example of early 20th century industrialism. This National Historic Site remains virtually unchanged since 1912. Tour brick making from clay to kiln. Bunkhouse Cafe and Gift Shop.