Prince Albert National Park is known as one of Canada’s top places to canoe, cuddle up in a cozy cabin or enjoy long summer beach days by the shore. However, many travelers are unaware of the lakeside towns and attractions that make this central Saskatchewan paradise so special. The Mann Art Gallery is one of these nearby gems, committed to the development, preservation and presentation of visual arts in the small communities of Prince Albert and Northern Saskatchewan.
We were proud to find that the travel experts at Canada’s leading online global travel agency,
Flight Network, found the Mann Art Gallery as one of the many prizes of the Prince Albert National Park area. The travel agency’s recent blog post, titled 111 Ways to Explore Canada’s National Parks in 2017, is geared toward directing summer travelers to the best features, activities and accommodations in and around Canada’s national parks, especially during this unique year of free park admission offered by Parks Canada. We’re pleased that they appreciate the unique visual arts of our region, and we look forward to their encouragement helping national parks adventurers find the wonders of the Mann Art Gallery during the upcoming travel season.