Centennial Station Gazebo & Museum Grounds

(Last updated:  July 17, 2024)


*Centennial Station Gazebo is a great place for a picnic.  Meet up with friends and family for a walk, a coffee, or a lunch!

*New Article about the Prairie Skyscraper Tour by Jeffery Straker - coming soon here!

*NEW Article about the Museum, Grain Elevator Researchclick here.  Hepburn Museum of Wheat, featured in Heritage Sask Annual Report March 2024.

*DID YOU KNOW that the Museum of Wheat Board turns 30?  Watch for upcoming events in 2024!

*For Tours, contact Dirk van Kuik at 306-947-7443 or Lew & Ruby Wall at 306-290-9575.  

*Museum of Wheat Board welcomes new volunteers.   Sign up to help with flowers, weeding, and more! Sign up to be a READER in the Schoolhouse, sign up to be a HEPBURN HISTORICAL CHARACTER in costume at events.  

*Hours:  Open Saturdays, 10am-3pm from May long weekend to September long weekend.

*AWARD! The Centennial Park Project was winner of Sask Parks & Open Spaces Award 2021 - https://youtu.be/kJAnLTrGneQ   View SPRA Awards: https://www.spra.sk.ca/programs-services/awards/

*Trails: Enjoy the trails all year long!

Centennial Station Gazebo, the newest addition to the Museum of Wheat grounds has all the charm and nostalgia of a train station found on the prairies when trains were a main form of transportation. Step onto the boardwalk and travel back in time.  You can almost hear the train rolling down the track and the voices of excited family welcoming their loved ones home.  Bring your picnic basket, enjoy the charm, and let your imagination take you on a journey.  The construction of Centennial Station Gazebo was made possible by legacy grants from the Hepburn Co-op Board and Department of Canadian Heritage, as well as community member donations and fundraisers. Thank you to Matrix Constuction for the concrete work, Warren Jeschke Custom Woodworking for the design and construction, Cori Ann Lund of Cal's Signs & Designs for signage, and the many volunteers who came out to help bring this project to life.  The Grand Opening of the Centennial Park Project, including the Centennial Station Gazebo, was held on Saturday, September 11, 2021.

The Hepburn Centennial Station Gazebo is intended for public use.  Users are expected to abide by the following guidelines to help maintain this beautiful facility, so all residents can enjoy this space year-round for many years to come.  

  1. First come, first serve.
  2. No littering.
  3. No fires.
  4. No overnight stays.
  5. No use of tacks or tape on the building.
  6. If signage is required, do not affix to the building.
  7. No driving or parking on the grass. Parking areas are designated at Railway Street parking lot, West Railway Street parking lot, and angle parking along Main Street.
  8. Clean up all items, and wipe tables.
  9. Alcohol and smoking are not permitted.
  10.  The gazebo space includes electrical outlets, garbage bins, picnic tables, and access to window tarps for large events, upon request. The gazebo will be available first come, first serve.   If you wish to have this space for a specific event, you can post a sign to alert the community (e.g. wedding, family gathering, etc).

Parking is available along Railway Street lot, West Railway Street lot, and angle parking on Main Street.  Contact the Museum Board and also Town Office for inquiries about larger bookings and tours.  This site includes museum, annex, agent office, signage, implement row, windwill, schoolhouse, and self-guided historical signs.   Thank you for your participation in keeping this space beautiful and usable by everyone.  If you see damage, please contact the office at info@hepburn.ca. 

Town of Hepburn

703A 2nd Street East
Box 217
Hepburn, SK, S0K 1Z0


Phone: 1.306.947.2170
Fax: 1.306.947.4202
Emergency Water / Sewer: 1.306.947.0000

Office Hours

Monday to Friday
9am-12pm, 12:30pm-4:30pm
Closed on Statutory Holidays


Hepburn, Saskatchewan, Canada