Built in 1977 by the SaskWater Corporation, the 11,000 sq ft facility has been home to various government and private enterprises. The Heritage Centre purchased the building in February 2018 and has repurposed the space for archives, and interpretive exhibits. An elevator provides assisted access to the second floor.
The permanent exhibits are located on the second floor. These include a look at the history of Watrous, the CBK Radio Transmitter, and an in depth exploration of Manitou Beach. The space on the Main floor will feature visiting exhibits, and in between these the space can be rented for meetings and small receptions. To the left is a floor plan of the second floor.