Must Do Regina
RCMP Heritage Centre
The RCMP Heritage Centre is dedicated to telling the story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). It is appropriately located on the doorstep of RCMP Academy, Depot Division, which is the sole training academy for the force. Every RCMP officer begins their career as a cadet in Regina.
Experience the former Lieutenant-Governor's residence restored to its Victorian splendour of 1891. This National Historic Property offers tours, engaging programs and enriching exhibits. A visit during the holiday season is an absolute must.
Encompassing 2300 acres, Wascana Centre is one of the largest urban parks in North America. It is a popular destination for residents and tourists alike. A walk around Wascana Lake can be as invigorating or relaxing as you like. We suggest that you take your time and visit some of the various attractions within the park.Saskatchewan Legislative Building
Completed in 1912, this grand beaux-arts building was designed to reflect the architecture of the English Renaissance and Louis XVI of France. Features include the beautiful Grand Staircase, Rotunda and Prince of Wales entrance.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Saskatchewan's largest public art gallery, the MacKenzie offers original exhibitions of contemporary and historical art from Saskatchewan, Canada and around the world.
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Explore Saskatchewan and its past, present and future. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum furthers an understanding of our province’s natural history and Aboriginal cultures.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
With ever-changing interactive exhibits, the Science Centre triggers curiosity and engages all ages in the wonders of science. Hands-on experiments, entertaining stage shows and intriguing workshops are part of the fun. For the ultimate 3D experience, check out the Kramer IMAX Theatre.
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