The Naicam & District Heritage Society and Museum is located on 3rd Ave N in the Town of Naicam, Saskatchewan in the old Pioneer School.
In 1923 the first floor of the Pioneer School was built with the completion of the second floor in 1928. It was converted into a museum which was officially opened in 1974. In 1981, the museum was declared a Heritage Property. Remnants from our past have been collected and donated to commemorate our history.
All original rural school sites in the area have also been marked with commemorative plaques.
For more information please contact the Town of Naicam.