The Grand Theatre was built in 1904 as the Indian Head Opera House by Arthur James Osment. It is the oldest, continuously operating theatre in Western Canada.
Conveniently located at the junction of Hwys 1 and 56, the tourist centre is the perfect place for a rest. Enjoy the beautiful floral displays, the historic Red River Ox Cart and a buffalo rubbing stone. Don’t leave without taking a selfie at the world famous Indian Head Statue.
The Town of Indian Head offers elementary, high school, and postsecondary educational institutions, as well as early childhood education options.
Indian Head residents celebrate life year round with festivals as well as sports and recreational special events.
The Town ensures regular maintenance of paved roads, efficient snow clearing, and annual street sweeping.
Residents and visitors will find a unique blend of shops, boutiques and restaurants , supporting a high quality of life in this progressive community.
Committed to sustainable growth, the municipality offers an attractive array of incentives to new and existing businesses.
Affordable real estate and taxes make Indian Head an attractive place to do business.
The Town of Indian Head welcomes you to the best small town living in Saskatchewan.
Established in 1882, the Qu’Appelle Valley Farming Company, built Saskatchewan’s first round barn. Plan on visiting the reconstructed Bell Barn this summer.
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