Experience the history of the RCMP
Designed by world-renowned Canadian architect Arthur Erickson, the striking, 70,000 square foot RCMP Heritage Centre opened in May 2007. Working closely with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the RCMP Heritage Centre documents and shares the RCMP's past and present with the world.
This modern and experiential centre makes extensive use of a variety of technologies and interactive exhibits. An engaging multi-media presentation is delivered several times per day in the 124-seat state-of-the-art theatre. Permanent and temporary displays describe the critical role the Force has played in the development of western Canada, and continues to play in addressing contemporary crime issues. A unique mix of educational institution, museum and tourist attraction, the RCMP Heritage Centre engages visitors in this fascinating Canadian story.
The RCMP Heritage Centre is located on the historic grounds of the RCMP Academy, Depot Division, at 5907 Dewdney Avenue in Regina. It’s open year-round and admission is charged. For more information call 1-866-567-7267 or visit the website.
Visitors to the RCMP grounds will not want to miss the regularly scheduled Sergeant Major's Parade or the seasonal Sunset Retreat Ceremonies, which occur Tuesday evenings from July 1 – August 17. For more information contact Depot Division at 306-780-5900.