Entertainment and Tourism
The Soo Line Historical Museum houses a number of displays and artifacts related to the history of the area, including photographs, documents, the world’s largest private silver collection, and various Weyburn memorabilia. The museum offers group tours and has an onsite gift shop with many local goods and souvenirs. Tourist information for the area can also be found at the museum. The Signal Hill Arts Centre has a pottery studio, a gallery, multipurpose rooms, a photography darkroom, a kitchen, office spaces, and a South Saskatchewan Regiment Museum display. Works by local artists can be viewed in the gallery.
Parks in Weyburn include River Park, with a large greenspace, treed areas, a playground, a spray park, and a disc golf course; Elks Park, with 1.5 hectares of greenspace and a playground; Kinsmen Park, featuring a playground, picnic tables, and greenspace; Creeks Park, with a large play structure; Don Mitchell Park, with treed areas, greenspace, a playground, a wading pool, a spray park, and restroom facilities; and Jubilee Park, which has multi-sport fields, ball diamonds, tennis courts, an outdoor rink, a playground, walking paths, treed areas, greenspace, restroom facilities, benches, and flower gardens.