The F.T. Hill Museum 


The F. T. Hill Museum was founded by Mr. Fred T. Hill who published the Weekly Courier in Riverhurst for 48 years. Mr. Hill had an extensive collection of guns and native artifacts. In 1963, Mr. Hill sold his collection to the Village of Riverhurst. At that time the Museum was located on Main Street. In 2001, the Museum moved to its present location in the Village Square, formerly the Riverhurst School. The Museum takes up the entire west side of the building and is wheelchair accessible.

Besides the collection of guns and native artifacts, the Museum has a collection of rocks and fossils, antique furniture, tools used by the early settlers in the area, and many other interesting items.

Admission fees: 
Adults $3.00;   Students $1.00;   Preschool Free

Opening May 20, 2016
Closing September 5, 2016

Hours:
Thursday 1p.m. to 3p.m.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1p.m. to 6 p.m.
Holiday Mondays 1p.m. to 6p.m.

Special and off-season tours available:
Contact The F.T. Hill Museum at 306-353-2112 or Judy Miller at 306-353-0014.