The Sights of Moose Jaw
a GPS-guided audio walking tour
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan | $5.49
Listen to a tour guide through your smartphone as you explore Canada's most notorious city!
Keep the professional tour guide experience, ditch the crowded tour groups, tight schedules and high prices.
Live GPS map shows where you are and where to go next. As you get close, tour guide commentary will automatically play!
On this easy to walk 5 km sightseeing tour, you'll experience the monuments, murals, historical buildings & homes that make up downtown Moose Jaw & Crescent Park.
Highlights include the Moose Jaw Library, City Hall, Tunnels of Moose Jaw, Walter Scott Building & the Land Titles Building.
Don't just see the notorious city, hear what it has to say!
The tour also comes with a fun location based trivia game. After the commentary plays, look at your device and tap your guess at the answer. See your score as you go!
Get the Tour!
1. Download 'Tripvia Tours' app
2. Purchase tour from list ($5.49)
or buy online & save 20%!
use coupon code 'WEB20' at checkout
Includes lifetime tour access!
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How it Works
hands free + audio
audio tours play based
on GPS location
fun trivia questions
add to the fun
easy navigation with
live GPS maps
professional tour guides
no data used on tour
no signal required
Points of Interest
live GPS map + audio automatically plays
CNR Railway Station
Phyllis Dewar Pool
Breaking New Ground
Tribute to the Metis
Two Historical Homes
Old CPR Station
Moose Jaw Library
Tunnels of Moose Jaw
City Hall Building
Zion United Church
Walter Scott Building
Land Titles Building
Old Fire Hall
Hopkins Dining Parlour
About the Tour Guides
contact us if you'd like to create or voice a tour
Hi I'm Don Kinsley, one of your Tripvia Tour Guides. I used to be a kid!...really!...as a former kid in the 1960's, I was one of the first children ever to irritate my parents with the question, "are we there yet?" Yup, you can thank me for that! As I grew older, and less irritating, (OK, so my wife will debate that) I found that the journey IS more important than the destination, that's why I became a Tripvia tour guide!