209 Main St

Constructed between 1926-1927, the Gravelbourg Court House, is one of five similar court houses in Saskatchewan influenced by Colonial styles and built from a standard plan. The others are at Wynyard, Shaunavon, Assiniboia, and Melfort. Located along a full block of the community's Main Street, the Court House now acts as the Gravelbourg Town Office. The former court room is where Town Council meets to make decisions on behalf of Gravelbourg residents. Though not in use, the orginal judge's bench, jury box, and witness stand remain intact. Open for viewing from Monday to Friday (closed 12 pm - 1 pm).