If you’re looking for your next Canadian adventure, it’s time to check out Regina. Whether you stay for a weekend or a week, make sure you add these attractions to your itinerary so you can fully take in the culture, history and architecture this city has to offer.
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The RCMP Heritage Centre
Tasked with the important duty of telling the story of the RCMP, the Heritage Centre works to bring the history, pride and tradition of the Force to life. Explore over a century of history, from the formation of the North-West Mounted Police in 1873 to the modern-day Mountie!
Experience the former Lieutenant-Governor’s residence restored to its Victorian glory of 1891! This historic property offers tours, engaging programs and enriching exhibits. A visit any time of year is an absolute MUST!
MacKenzie Art Gallery
This is Saskatchewan’s largest public art gallery, offering original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from around the world.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
With ever-changing exhibits, the Science Centre triggers curiosity and engages people of all ages in -on the marvels of science. Hands-on experiments, stage shows, and workshops are just a few things in store for you here. Don’t forget to check out the ultimate 3D experience at the Kramer IMAX Theatre.
One of the largest urban parks in North America, making it a popular destination for residents and tourists. Encompassing 2,300 acres, this is a place perfect for walking, renting a kayak and exploring the water or exploring the art gallery!
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Explore the past, present and future of Saskatchewan in the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Further your understanding of this province’s natural history and Aboriginal cultures with the help of three permanent galleries and endless rotation of traveling exhibits and events.
Saskatchewan Legislative Building
If you’re passionate about architecture, the Saskatchewan Legislative Building is worth a visit. Completed in 1912, this building was designed to reflect the architecture of the English Renaissance and Louis XVI of France. Its features include the Grand Staircase, Rotunda, and Prince of Wales entrance.