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Local Attractions & Events

Tourist Information is provided by the Herbert Heritage Association staff and volunteers when the Herbert CPR Train Station Museum and Tourist Information Centre is in operation (June to Labour Day). The hours of operation are set at the beginning of each season. 2010 hours are: Monday to Saturday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm and Sunday 2:00 to 5:30 pm. The Town of Herbert staff at the Town Office provides tourist information during the off-season.

For interesting things to see and do, make Herbert your next stop. You'll be glad you did!

  • Faspa in Herbert

Stop in at the Herbert CPR Train Station Museum & Information Centre during the summer months for the Faspa experience.

Because many settlers to the Herbert area came from a Mennonite (German/Dutch) background, much of that heritage has become part of Herbert as well. Faspa is the word in the low German language meaning a light lunch of fresh baking and whatever is supplied to put on it, such as cheese, meats, and jams. Since the Mennonite culture did not allow for working on a Sunday, Faspa became a meal easy to make, yet flexible enough to allow for another Mennonite custom, which is unannounced visiting.

CPR Train Station Museum & Tourist Information Centre

  • Former Reed Valley School House Museum
  • Pioneer Cottage Museum
  • Blacksmith's Shop
  • CPR Snow-plow
  • Caboose
  • Box Car
  • Running model train display in addition to Heritage displays & various events throughout the summer.
  • Annual Herbert Stampede & Wild West Parade - August long weekend (Friday to Sunday)
  • Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve on Reed Lake - East of Herbert
  • Area ranches and farms including:  Alpacas, Bison, Cattle, Elk, Sheep, Poultry, and Swine
  • Neil Jahnke Ranch - north of Gouldtown

Crops grown in the area include:

  • spring wheat
  • durum wheat
  • flax
  • barley
  • canola
  • sunola
  • lentils
  • field peas
  • chick peas
  • canary seed
  • Saskatoon berries

Regional Attractions & Events

Herbert is located in Saskatchewan's Great Southwest, an expansive and diverse area that has a wide range of opportunities to explore for tourists visiting this part of the province.  Whether your interest is scenery, relaxation, golfing, or shopping, it can be found in the Great Southwest Region.  The following are examples of locations for tourist activities:

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