Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum



The Museum is open for the 2018 season.

Calendar of Events:

May 13 - Mother’s Day Snake Pit BBQ

May 19 - Grand opening with pancake brunch.

May 20 - Museum open for the season

May 19, 20, 21, 26, 27          1-5 pm

June/September.   Friday-Sunday  1-5 pm

July/Aug.   Tuesday- Sunday.  1-5 pm

June 17 - Father’s Day BBQ. 1-3 pm

June 21 - Aboriginal Room Dedication. 1-5 pm

July 11 - Children’s day activities.  1-5 pm

Aug 18 - Cultural Days celebrataion. 1-5 pm

Sept 8 - Seniors Day celebration. 1-5 pm

Sept 29 - Fall supper at Community Hall 4:30 -7 pm

On Sat. June 13 the Museum was destroyed by fire. The cause of the fire is unknown, but the affect to the community and past residents is enormus. We thank you for your emails of support and sadness. Pictures of the fire are located on this site (Photo Collections/museum fire)

The Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum, was located in the old high school in the Village of Pelly, Saskatchewan, Canada is named for the historic Hudson Bay Fort Pelly and the location of the first seat of NWT and the NWMP, Fort Livingstone. Both historic forts are within 8 km of the present day Village of Pelly.

The Directors of the Museum encouraged the museum be used for research, be it for family information, school or university essays.


The Museum will be selling prints of the museum by Bette Brandon in the near future. 


Memberships for the museum are available for purchase through the Village of Pelly Office or from Lyla Vanin at the Affinity Credit Union The membership cost is $10.

For information about the Museum please contact us by email at

                                                                                   Pelly, the "Pearl of the Parkland".