Top Spots for Kids in the City

Looking to keep the kids busy?  Whether you’re in Regina or Saskatoon, there are plenty of indoor and outdoor options to entertain them.  Here are a few not to be missed:

Saskatoon

PotashCorp Playland at Kinsmen Park
945 Spadina Crescent E
Soar high above the city on the 19-metre high Ferris wheel, twirl around on the carousel or hop onboard the modern-day freight train – fun for kids of all ages.

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Western Development Museum – 1910 Boomtown
2610 Lorne Avenue
Step back in time and get a feel for small town life in Saskatchewan during the early 1900s. Visit the blacksmith shop, general store and the doctor’s office. Every exhibit was recreated to reflect this bustling period.

We love boomtown!

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Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo
1903 Forestry Farm Park Drive
This National Historic Site boasts carefully crafted gardens, restored heritage buildings, a great new naturally themed playground and Saskatchewan’s only CAZA-AZAC accredited zoo – it’s a great place to day-trip with your family. 

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Wanuskewin
5 km north of Saskatoon on Highway 11
Interpreting over 6000 years of Northern Plains Indian culture, Wanuskewin offers a wide range of family-friendly activities: archeological digs, tipi sleepovers and day camps for kids. 

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Children’s Discovery Museum on the Saskatchewan
Market Mall – 2325 Preston Avenue S
Exhibits and programming such as the Construction Corner, Muddy Paws, North Woods and more – the Children’s Museum fosters creativity, curiosity and a love of learning. 

River Landing Spray Park
402 – 3rd Avenue S 
The River Landing Spray Park is a fun way to cool off and enjoy summer along the shores of the South Saskatchewan.


Regina

Saskatchewan Science Centre
2903 Powerhouse Drive
Inspiring minds through science and innovation, the Saskatchewan Science Centre features a variety of exhibits and fun family events like Science Time for Tots and Camp-Ins.

RCMP Heritage Centre
5907 Dewdney Avenue
Dedicated to telling the story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police through interactive exhibits, audio tours and programming, visiting the RCMP Heritage Centre gives you a glimpse of the experience of being part of the Force.

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Government House
4607 Dewdney Avenue 
Experience life in Victorian splendour at Government House. The building has been fully restored to reflect the life of the Lieutenant Governor’s residence as it was in 1891. Engaging tours, programs and exhibits will take you back in time.

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Royal Saskatchewan Museum
2445 Albert Street
Exploring the past, present and future of Saskatchewan, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum inspires young minds to learn more about their home province through permanent exhibits like the Life Sciences, First Nations and Earth Sciences Galleries.

Soaked Water Park
Travelodge Regina, 4177 Albert Street
Safe, clean and fun, Soaked Water Park features waterslides, a fountain pad, a swimming pool and a hot tub for family fun all year round.

Outer Edge Adventure Park
Lumsden – 27km NW of Regina on Highway 11
Experience the great outdoors with the NEW adventure park in Lumsden, which opens in the summer of 2017. Adventures range from Valley Hikes, Big Zipper and Lil’ Zipper Tours – see the Qu’Appelle Valley on a zipline!

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