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Tourism Radville Inc. was established in 2006 as a non-profit corporation.   Tourism Radville’s mandate is to promote attractions and events in the community and surrounding area.

The mission of Tourism Radville is to promote and preserve Radville’s heritage as well as bring the community together through events and activities.

Tourism Radville Inc. is a volunteer organization and holds monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of every month.

Tourism Radville organizes several events each year, including an annual Lilac Tea,  Kidz Kamps, Poetry in the Park and a movie night are held in July and August, and a Harvest Heritage Day in September.  They also offer a Heritage Walking Tour, which can be enjoyed either independently or with a knowledgeable local guide.  A Haunted History Tour explores the “darker side” of Radville’s past with a nighttime walk about town, highlighting the true tales of hauntings, murders and Ku Klux Klan activity.  The Stories in Stone Tour is a historical tour of the Radville-Laurier Cemetery.

Tourism Radville is involved in the worldwide scavenger hunt known as geocaching.  Several caches are placed within Radville and surrounding countryside.  Geocaching draws visitors to sites they may otherwise not visit, and informs them of their significance.  A geocaching kit, complete with a GPS navigating unit, can be rented at the Tourism Office.

Radville’s best-known landmark is the restored historic Canadian National railway station in its original site at the bottom of Main Street.  It has been transformed into a museum, one of two in Radville.   The other is the McNaught Museum, dedicated to the volunteer firefighting department, which played an instrumental role throughout Radville’s history, and which continues to provide an essential service for Radville and area.  The McNaught Museum is located in the back part of the Second Hand Store.

Radville’s greatest attractions are its fascinating history, several surviving heritage buildings, and it’s beautiful landscape,  within the town itself and in the surrounding countryside.

Need help finding your way to Radville? Check out our Maps & Directions.

Whether you wish to make your visit to Radville a day trip or a lengthy stay, be sure to look up our local businesses in the Business Directory. We hope you have a great visit.

The Tourism Office is now located at the CN Station and is the source of up to date information for programs, events and activities.  The office is open 5 days a week, 8:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m. May through August.  Call 306-815-7332.  For off-season or after hours call 306-869-2907.  You can also email us at  If you are on social media don’t forget to add Tourism Radville to your Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @TourismRadville.