The Heritage Museum is one of the oldest buildings in Melville. It was built in collegiate gothic style of buff-coloured brick in 1913 as the Luther Academy. This building housed the Academy until 1926.
The Museum seeks to portray the ethnic diversity that is found in Melville and area. It also helps to preserve the history of early Lutheran education in our province.
Located at 100 Heritage Drive, Melville, SK – 306.728.2070
Open 7 days a week 10am – 5pm until the end of August.