Regina
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    Tourism Saskatchewan
    2445 Albert St, Regina. Corner of Albert St and College Ave.
    Latitude: 50.44044° N,
    Longitude: -104.6177° W
    Exhibiting a life-size cast of the world’s largest T. rex, Scotty, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina invites museum visitors to explore Saskatchewan's past and present through its dynamic and interactive displays. Take in the curriculum-based school programs, as well as events including storytelling, shows and lectures. The museum is a world-class research institution in palaeontology, sustainability, Indigenous studies and biology. Its collections are part of Saskatchewan's heritage and help scientists from all over the globe study our natural world.

    The Museum Shop offers unique Saskatchewan products including souvenirs, traditional and contemporary art and crafts including Indigenous works, and a section especially popular with children.​ 

    At present, the museum's hours are Friday to Monday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visit their website for guidelines on visiting the museum, and to enjoy their virtual museum tours and online family activities​. ​

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    Rates And Discounts

    ​Donate $5/visitor.

    • Admission by donation

    Access

    • Urban / Suburban

    Services

    • Bus parking
    • Estimated viewing time (hours): 2
    • Guided tour
    • Self-guided tour
    • Tourist information available
    • Tours upon request

    Amenities

    • Gift shop
    • Meeting rooms
    • Modern washroom
    • No. of meeting / banquet rooms: 2

    Activities

    • Children's activities

    Accessibility

    • Family friendly
    • Wheelchair access

    Maps & Docs

    Contact Info

    Phone(s): 306-787-2815 (Front Desk) | 306-798-8769 (Facility rental) | 306-757-5951 (The Museum Shop) |
    info@royalsaskmuseum.ca


    2445 Albert St, Regina. Corner of Albert St and College Ave.

    Latitude: 50.44044° N, Longitude: -104.6177° W

    Regina - Regina

    Exhibiting a life-size cast of the world’s largest T. rex, Scotty, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina invites museum visitors to explore Saskatchewan's past and present through its dynamic and interactive displays. Take in the curriculum-based school programs, as well as events including storytelling, shows and lectures. The museum is a world-class research institution in palaeontology, sustainability, Indigenous studies and biology. Its collections are part of Saskatchewan's heritage and help scientists from all over the globe study our natural world.

    The Museum Shop offers unique Saskatchewan products including souvenirs, traditional and contemporary art and crafts including Indigenous works, and a section especially popular with children.​ 

    At present, the museum's hours are Friday to Monday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visit their website for guidelines on visiting the museum, and to enjoy their virtual museum tours and online family activities​. ​

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    Location Information

    2445 Albert St, Regina. Corner of Albert St and College Ave.

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    lat. 50.44044° N, long. -104.6177° W

    Contact Info

    Phone: 306-787-2815 (Front Desk) | 306-798-8769 (Facility rental) | 306-757-5951 (The Museum Shop) |
    info@royalsaskmuseum.ca