A Roughriders game is a must-do if you’re visiting the Saskatchewan capital during the summer and fall months (the season runs through until November). If you want to see Rider Pride in its current form go soon because Mosaic Stadium is being replaced by a state-of-the-art facility. Take the kids and wear green.
The RCMP Heritage Centre is dedicated to telling the story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and is located on the doorstep of the RCMP Academy, “Depot” Division, where all Mounties are trained. There are exhibits, tours and live events on the grounds. Don’t miss the Sergeant Major’s Parade each weekday.
Discover the natural history of Saskatchewan dating back two billions years at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Exhibits illustrate life and earth sciences along with the aboriginal history of the province. And don’t forget to stop by and visit Megamunch— Regina’s robotic Tyrannosaurus rex.
Take the afternoon to let your kids run around and explore at the Saskatchewan Science Centre. Activities include a 60-foot indoor climbing wall and the Gyro Gym, a device formerly used for astronaut training.
This beautiful park is build around Wascana Lake, right in the heart of the city. Go for a walk on one of the many trails, feed the geese and stroll over to look at the legislative buildings.
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