The oldest operating Post Office in the Province.
Constructed in Georgian style, red-brick in 1911, the sight of this four-storey building will take you back to the beginning of the twentieth century.
The Battleford Post Office is the oldest continuously-used post office in the Province and the second oldest continuously-used post office in all of Canada.
In 1914, the town clock was installed and began its record of the past into the new millennium.
In 1987 a 72-cent stamp was made to commemorate the heritage value of the Battleford Post Office.