About this neighbourhood

Found along the banks of the South Saskatchewan River in the southern pocket of Saskatoon, Exhibition is a mature neighbourhood with a population of about 2,600 people. Historically known as Bellevue up until the 1940s, there are many housing options from which to choose here, with an average home price of just over $265,000.

The Exhibition subdivision of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, is located on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River and was developed between the two major World Wars. To the west is the Diefenbaker Management Area which boasts the Diefenbaker Park and Pioneer Cemetery. The park includes a medium-sized hill which is used for tobogganing and snowboarding, and the park itself is a frequently used venue for picnics and public events and performances.

The Pioneer Cemetery was also called the Nutana Cemetery and was the first municipal cemetery for the City of Saskatoon until 1910 when Woodlawn Cemetery became the city cemetery. The Pioneer Cemetery was declared a heritage site in 1982.

Construction of the Idylwyld Freeway in the 1960s resulted in this community being physically bisected, with several streets (most notably Coy and St. George Avenues, along with Adelaide, Hilliard and Isabella Streets) being realigned and what was at one time the city's main CN Rail line being removed. Only two east-west streets provide access to the western section of the community: Taylor Street West and Ruth Street West. In the 1980s, the city attempted to relocate the Exhibition Grounds to the north end of the city, opening the Exhibition Grounds up for residential development however voters defeated this plan.


• Prairieland Exhibition Grounds, Western Development Museum, Restaurants, Gas Station & Convenience Store
St. Frances School
• 3 Parks - Thornton Park, Achs Park & Exhibition Park
• Close proximity to Meewasin River Valley
• Easy access to Circle Drive

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