Where to Stay Overnight?

As per the current COVID-19 Public Health Advisory we do not recommend travelling and encourage you to stay at home as much as possible. However, if an overnight stay in Saskatoon is needed, we recommend you visit our hospitality partner: Saskatoon Inn and Conference Center. They take standards for hygiene and cleanliness very seriously, and are taking additional steps to ensure the safety of their guests.

 

 

Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre

2002 Airport Drive, Saskatoon SK. S7L 6M4

Phone: 306-242-1440 | 1-800-667-8789

 

 

 

#Saskatooning

If you are planning a full weekend of activities we strongly recommend visiting Tourism Saskatoon’s website for a full list of permanent attractions and festivals taking place during Maker Faire weekend!

Here are a few recommendations : 

Remai Modern  – Closed Mondays

Wonderhub – Closed Mondays

Nutrien Playland at Kinsmen Park – Open Daily

Canadian Light Source – Free public tours M-W-F 2:30-3:30 (reservation needed)

Wanuskewin Heritage Park – Closed Sundays

Saskatchewan Marathon: Sunday May 31th

 

#ExploreSask

Visiting from outside Saskatchewan to attend Maker Faire Saskatoon and want to explore our beautiful province? Visit the Tourism Saskatchewan website for an extensive list of things to do around Saskatchewan.  From fun outdoor adventures to musical concerts, events and relaxing activities you will find something to make this trip memorable!

Here are a few recommendations

Saskatchewan Science Centre & IMAX Theatre – Closed Mondays

Blackstrap Provincial Park – Reservation required for various amenities

Tunnels of Moose Jaw – Open Daily (Tour pre-booking is recommended)

Manitou Springs Resort & Mineral Spa – Reservation required for various amenities