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Saskatchewan's provincial capital, Regina is an ideal destination for your provincial travels.
Explore the area’s historic past at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum or enjoy live entertainment at the Regina Globe Theatre.
Round out your visit with a trip to the Saskatchewan Science Centre and the Regina Floral Conservatory.
Follow up with the exhibits of the Conexus Arts Centre, or enjoying a game at the Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field, home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League.
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Make the most of your next visit to Saskatchewanwith a stay in Regina. This capital city features a wealth of premier attractions – from the lakes and hiking trails, to the winter snowing and cultural celebrations, you're sure to find adventure in Regina.
The Regina Globe Theatre is the place to be for live, staged entertainment. You'll discover a wide range of excellent plays and musicals to view at The Globe.
You can learn all about the Aboriginal communities and people who inhabited the land during Regina's infancy at the First Nations Gallery – it's just one of the many excellent exhibitions at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.
During a winter visit, be sure to hit the slopes at Mission Ridge Winter Park, where you'll find 14 runs to ski. The Wascana Valley Nature Recreation Site features some exceptional snowshoeing paths during the winter months, too.
Spring and summer visits should yield a day at the lake – take your boat out on the water at Katepwa Point Provincial Park. You can also fish, swim, and hike at Katepwa Lake.
There are also a number of excellent and must-see festivals and events in Regina. Don't miss the Canadian Western Agribition in November, where you'll see rodeos, more than 4,000 livestock on display, and farming equipment demonstrations.
Explore the Regina Farmer's Market at City Square Plaza. Check out an impressive selection of hand-made wares, locally grown produce, and plenty more.
Things to do in Regina
As you embark upon your next trip through Regina, be sure to check out these premier historic and cultural attractions. Regina, the capital city in the province, is an eclectic landscape – explore the rich history and cultures soon.
From 1891 to 1905, the Government House was the residence of the then North-West Territories Lieutenant Governor. Today, the Government House is open to the public for tours.
From Victoria Day through Labour Day, the Government House is open seven days a week. During winter, it's only open for tours Tuesday through Sunday.
Just north from Victoria Park you'll find the Regina Globe Theatre. Established in 1966, the Regina Globe Theatre has been treating locals and visitors alike to live staged performances of many varieties on the Evraz Stage.
At the Royal Saskatchewan Museum you'll discover a wide range of interactive exhibits, fun – and usually family oriented – events, and even camps where the kids can learn all about wildlife, science, and history.
You can host a birthday party at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, or check out their Nights at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum events. The First Nations Gallery yields excellent insights into the traditions and cultures of Aboriginal communities of early Saskatchewan.
There are many impressive and unique ways to enjoy a stay in Regina. Heading outdoors to explore some of the wilderness at local parks, lakes, and ski parks are just a few of the best.
Plan your next trip to Saskatchewan and make Regina the epicenter of the fun. Any late fall or winter visit to Regina should yield some time spent at Mission Ridge Winter Park.
You'll find 14 trails at Mission Ridge Winter Park, including the 792-metre Half-Mile Highway. Be sure to also check out the Erickson's Race Way, the Progression Terrain, or the East Bunny Hill.
There are also three lifts at Mission Ridge Snow Park, and two unique terrain parks – you'll have a blast with family this winter as you hit the slopes.
When you visit Regina during spring or summer, don't forget to spend a day at Katepwa Point Provincial Park. You'll find a wide range of excellent recreations – boating, paddle boarding, swimming areas, and more all centered around the main attraction, Katepwa Lake.
Locals know it simply as the Wascana Trails, but the official name is Wascana Valley Nature Recreation Site – and it's one of the premier hiking destinations in province. With more than 15 kilometres of hiking trails, it's easy to see why. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned veteran, you can find just the kind of hiking experience ideal for you at Wascana Trails.
During the winter months, the Wascana Trails are transformed into an ideal snowshoeing spot.
Across Regina and the surrounding areas, you'll find a wide selection of exceptional events and festivals. From live music to rodeos, and some of the best farmer's markets, Regina is sure to impress.
Plan your next trip to Saskatchewan and set your sights on Regina.
Held in late November of each year, the Canadian Western Agribition is a can't-miss event. Especially great for those who enjoy the rodeo, the Canadian Western Agribition features more than 4,000 livestock on display, agriculture exhibits and demonstrations, and horse shows.
The Mid-Winter Celtic Festival is held annually in February, and it's a real treat. Featuring an array of events, live music and dances, and plenty of food, the Mid-Winter Celtic Festival should certainly be on your travel agenda.
A majority of the Mid-Winter Celtic Festival events take place at the Cornwall Centre, though some of the opening events, like the Friday Pub Session at The Legion, and the Mid-Winter Ceilidh – be sure to check out the Royal Canadian Legion, and The Exchange music venue.
Later in the year, visitors often enjoy the sights – and especially the sounds – at Springfest Canada. Usually held across the last weekend in May at various Regina venues, Springfest Canada is one of the premier music events in the province.
The first day of the event is a jazz competition with bands competing. Day two features a concert band showdown with 60 of the best high school bands from the region. And day three is the annual Field Show at Taylor Field.
Enjoy the best locally grown produce, hand-made wares, and fresh made food at the Regina Farmer's Market. May 2nd through October 10th, you'll find this impressive farmer's market at City Square Plaza, Wednesdays and Saturdays.