Enjoy a walk through this Queen Anne revival style house museum located at Wolseley Avenue and Stella Street. Volunteers operate the Adare Museum July 1 through September 1, or by request. Souvenirs, postcards, and Grenfell history books are available onsite. Seasonal summer hours are Thursday to Sunday, 2 p.m. until 8 p.m.
The Grenfell Community Hall is located at 807 Desmond Street and has the seating capacity of 220 people for a sit-down function and 350 people standing capacity. The Hall houses a full-kitchen, lobby and stage. WiFi is not available.
To book this facility for your next function, please contact the Town of Grenfell Office at (306) 697-2815
The Ellis Hall is located at 723 Anderson Street and has the capacity of 80 people.
1/2 day rental $50
All day rental $60
To book this facility, please contact Ethel Box (306) 697-2987
The Southeast Regional Library Grenfell branch is located at 710 Desmond Street. Residents and travellers can access a diverse collection of print and online media, and can take advantage of the provincial inter-library loan system. Free WiFi is available, in addition to books, video games, films, magazines, and children’s games. The Grenfell Library branch is also the host of several community groups and hobby groups for regular meetings and courses. Visit the Grenfell Regional Library for programming and hours of operation.
The Lilac Room is located at 800 Desmond Street and has the seating capacity of 60 people. WiFi is not available.
1/2 day, evenings $45
All Day rental $75
To book this facility, contact the Town Office (306) 697-2815
Take in the sights of Grenfell’s rich agricultural history with the nostalgic miniature elevators lining the Grenfell Tourist Booth. The Tourist Booth is located a stone’s throw off the TransCanada Highway, and is open June through August. Be sure to check out the quaint gift shop, featuring work of local artisans, Grenfell souvenirs, and regional travel guides and maps.