All aboard for a sensory journey through thyme!
Arrive at the Station, step out onto the train platform. See the wheat waving in the distance, smell the fields and foliage that surround you. Learn about the rich culture and history of the region, what drew people here and how it has become the land we harvest today. Wander the garden, discover its gems and native prairie plants.
Cut and collect a variety of botanicals while sharing garden lore and learning the importance of good gardening practices. Capture the essence of the prairies by creating your own herb-infused simple syrup to take home and enjoy. Cap off your sensory journey with a simple, yet tasty mocktail made with everyday ingredients that you can find at home or in your garden – a great way to wow your guests at your next dinner party! The evening finishes with a small taste of local and in-season flavours.
Garden Alchemy Experience is perfect for:
- Friends looking to reconnect
- Individuals interested in gardening, sustainability, history
- Intergenerational groups (Grandmother, Mother, Daughter)
- Small groups (co-workers, splurge groups, team building, etc.)
- National and International Travellers
Interested in a group booking on a date that may or may not be listed? Did you know if you have a group of 8 we can offer group pricing! Contact us for more information on group bookings at email@example.com.
The Station Arts Centre is a renovated 1902 train station and heritage building found along railway avenue in the vibrant community of Rosthern. Located just 30 minutes North of Saskatoon, experiencing Garden Alchemy is a great way to get out of the city to experience more of our beautiful province!
Consider visiting other attractions in the area when you come out for our Garden Alchemy Experience.
- Batoche National Historic Site
- Seager Wheeler Farm
- Rosthern Museum and Mennonite Interpretative Centre
- Valley Regional Park Rosthern
For this experience, we are happy to have partnered with:
Tourism Saskatoon | Parks Canada Batoche | Rosthern Museum and Menonite Interpretative Centre
and supported local artists and makers: