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Doc's Town Heritage Village

Doc's Town is now closed for the season. See you in 2024!


Doc's Town Heritage Village is located in Kinetic Exhibition Park in Swift Current. It consists of eight heritage buildings (blacksmith shop, church, one-room school, McLachie house, community hall, portable train station, elevator, airmen's barracks) and three modern buildings constructed with heritage features. Each building contains exhibits and collection items that relate to its original use and look. The buildings have come from various places in the southwest, including Leinan, Tuberose and Swift Current. 

The collection of heritage buildings begun by “Doc” Burton Allen has been in operation since 1981.  Managed by a volunteer Board of Directors, Doc’s Town keeps our prairie past alive. 

Summer programming includes events such as line dancing, cowboy poetry, hymn singing, family photo scavenger hunt, quilt shows, and more, with the highlight of the summer being the Antique Tractor, Classic Car Display and Hammer-In. 

Doc’s Town Statement of Purpose: Doc’s Town Heritage Village shall collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit buildings and objects associated with the early years of Swift Current and district, as a public trust, under the authority of Swift Current Agricultural and Exhibition Association.

Hours of Operation

Doc's Town is open from Father's Day to Labour Day, from 1:00pm to 4:30pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

In the summer, staff are often on site at other times during the week so visitors are asked to phone ahead to 778-1626 (Tea Room) or 773-2944 (Ag & Ex Office) to confirm the buildings are open for viewing. 

Free admission!

Tea Room 

tea house.jpgA popular stop at Doc's Town is Country Pleasures Tea Room. It is open every Saturday & Sunday from 1:00pm to 4:30pm during the summer season for you and your family to enjoy. Grab a piece of pie and tour the many different historical buildings that Doc's Town has to offer. 


Doc's Town relies on volunteers to deliver programs and provide services for visitors. If you would like to become a volunteer, please phone or talk to a staff person or committee member. Schedules are flexible and you will be matched with your area of interest. Background information about Doc's Town is provided, as well as some basic safety and security protocols.

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School Tours

Tours are offered from mid-May to the end of the school year. Tour guides are retired teachers. Please phone ahead to make arrangements:

Doc's Town Tea Room @ 778-1626 (June, July, August)

Swift Current Ag and Ex Office @ 773-2944

Summer Day Camps

Day camps for children ages 6 to 10 are held during the months of July and August. Program is just $5.00 per child, and runs from 1:00pm to 4:00pm each day. 

Experience Doc's Town Heritage Village this summer and learn about how the West was settled! Each camp has different activities and focuses on a different aspect of pioneer life, such as blacksmith demonstrations, pie making, trivia, tie dying, learning morse code, print making, scavenger hunts and more!

Explore! Learn! Make New Friends!

2023 Day Camps have ended. See you next year!

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We look forward to seeing you at Doc's Town in 2024!


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