Nutrien Wonderhub

Nutrien Wonderhub, Saskatchewan’s children’s museum, is a not-for-profit charitable organization and our mission is to foster creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning in children and their adults, through hands-on exhibits, programming, and outreach. We provide a bridge between the intimate home learning environment and the curriculum-directed schools.

Where to find us:


950 Spadina Crescent E

Saskatoon, SK

S7K 3H6

(306)249 3574

Mon Closed
Tues – Sun 9am – 4:30 pm
**Closed statutory holidays. Hours may vary when special events or programs take place. For more information visit our site.

Where to find us:

Financial gifts

With your donation, you help Nutrien Wonderhub maintain our commitment to creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning. You ensure the children of our province are able to enjoy the process and experience the joy of discovery—a little something we call getting Wonderfied!

What we need:

Office Supplies
Misc Items

Volunteer time:

As a non-profit organization, Nutrien Wonderhub relies on the help of volunteers to deliver on our mission of providing a fun, inclusive environment for children and their grown-ups.

Requests and Updates

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How you can help

Financial Donations

Donations to Nutrien Wonderhub are appreciated online through:

Credit card donations are also accepted by phone (306-249-3574), and cheques can be made payable to: Nutrien Wonderhub 950 Spadina Cres E Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H6

Nutrien Wonderhub is a charitable organization (#854836137RR0001) and issues charitable tax receipts.

Thank you for your kindness, support, and generosity!

Item Donations

Please contact Leah Brodie at if you are interested in donating to Nutrien Wonderhub.

More Ways to Help

Become a sponsor and support the next generation of lifelong learners.

Please contact Leah Brodie if you are interested in sponsoring Nutrien Wonderhub.

More about us

Community Impact

Nutrien Wonderhub’s community extends far beyond the walls of our home at the Mendel. Through outreach programming, affiliations with community-focused events and initiatives, and our own signature events, we continue our commitment to creating interactive, inclusive opportunities to play, learn, and grow for children and families.

Financial Breakdown

At Nutrien Wonderhub we have many programs that are supported by donations: Free Days Nutrien Wonderhub wants to reduce obstacles preventing access to our facility for all families. With sponsorship support, Nutrien Wonderhub will have designated Free Days to allow the entire community to benefit from the enriched environment that Nutrien Wonderhub provides. We hope to light a creative spark, nurture curiosity, and help every child develop a love of learning that will help them thrive and succeed. Access Program The Access Program is designed to make Nutrien Wonderhub accessible to all children in Saskatoon, regardless of socioeconomic background or geographic location. Through sponsorship support, classrooms from Saskatoon’s community schools, preschools, and community groups are invited to book educational Discovery Program visits, complete with transportation arrangements at no cost to the school.

Our Philosophy

Our Mission is to combine play with education, bridging the gap between school and home and attracting tourists through hands-on exhibits, programs, and outreach that celebrate art, science, technology, and the cultural fabric of Saskatchewan. Our Vision Let dreams soar.

Programs and Services

Nutrien Wonderhub offers many classes and workshops in paid and free formats. All of our classes and workshops incorporate STEAM learning and encourage children, families, and adults to understand and appreciate the intersection of science, technology, engineering, art, and math and include curriculum tie-ins at a variety of grade levels. We are pleased to offer a variety of workshops taught by our Wonderhub staff, our devoted volunteers, and local organizations and experts. Your little learners will enjoy themed workshops, guided activities, crafts, storytelling, and a healthy dose of exploration to stimulate curiosity through hands-on, child-led learning. For more information about program offerings, or if you’re interested in facilitating a workshop at the museum, please contact: Kat Moon (Program and Outreach Coordinator)  (306) 249‑3574 or