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Scene from Broadway and Back, an interactive walking tour of downtown Yorkton.

Walking tours

Historical walking tour

Historical walking tour

Historical walking tour

Step back to the past with this self-guided walking tour. A leisurely stroll, taking approximately one hour, will take you past 30 private and public buildings that capture the essence of Yorkton's early years. This is a wonderful opportunity to view some of the many beautiful yards and gardens in the city.


Many of the locations on the tour are private homes and you are kindly requested to view these from the sidewalk. Take the time to enter public buildings to fully appreciate the fine architectural details.

Artwalk

Historical walking tour

Historical walking tour

 Murals, monuments and more... Artwalk is your guide to Yorkton’s community art. Good things have been happening on the art scene in Yorkton for over a century and will continue to happen as Renaissance Yorkton promotes art in the heart of Yorkton. Public art pieces are presented for your personal exploration. No admission fee required. 

Ravine walk

Historical walking tour

City cemetery

The starting point for this self-guided nature trail of 2.5 kilometer is at the Gallagher Centre, on Broadway Street West, or the parking area to the west of the preserve. Enjoy a leisurely stroll on the path or observe the area from the boardwalk crossing the marsh.


Station markers and an interpretive brochure guides walkers across the marsh and through the flora and fauna. Shorter walks may be taken.

City cemetery

Multi-use pathways

City cemetery

The cemetery walking tour book contains the stories of 28 pioneers and spouses buried in the city cemetery. Take a self-guided walking tour of the city cemetery at the corner of King Street and Highway 9, assisted by book prepared as a Year 2000 project by Yorkton Municipal Heritage Advisory Commission.


The tour will take up to one and a half hours, during which time you will meet many of the city's early pioneers and some contemporary figures, all interesting and all colourful. The walking tour path is indicated by coloured flags, and flags also mark the grave sites of those included in the book.


The walking tour book is available for $3 at Yorkton City Hall on Third Avenue; at Tourism Yorkton on Highway 9, across from the cemetery; and at the Western Development Museum on Highway 16, just west of Gladstone Avenue.

Broadway and Back

Multi-use pathways

Multi-use pathways

Broadway & Back is an interactive video walking tour that can be taken on your smartphone. Simply load up the tour from the link below, and set off to explore Yorkton’s historic old town center.


The tour functions closest to an audio tour, with a more in depth approach to the history through a video lens. Participants can watch as history comes to life through the merging of present day video and archival photographs. It closely follows and can further be enhanced by the Pioneer Ways and Bygone Days guide book, available through the City of Yorkton.


The tour starts on the southwest side of the Collins Barrow building (located at the intersection of Broadway Street and Myrtle Avenue) and takes approximately 30-40 minutes.

Multi-use pathways

Multi-use pathways

Multi-use pathways

There are many multi-use pathways throughout the City of Yorkton. Multi-use pathways are a great way for families to participate in low cost, healthy lifestyle choices. Most asphalt paths are maintained year round. Check out our map and visit some of all of our pathways this fall! 

Logan Green

Logan Green

Logan Green

This natural setting park space is home to the Hearts in Motion Pathway, six kilometres of trail that are perfect for walking, hiking or cycling. Logan Green is located along the south edge of the city, and is accessible from Laurier Avenue, Tupper Avenue, and the main east roadway in the city cemetery.