1. Royal Saskatchewan Museum
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is the first museum to open in the province and in the Prairies. It is unique having three separate areas at the museum. It includes the Life Sciences Gallery that educates tourists about the province’s landscapes and biological diversity, the First Nations Gallery where you learn an in-depth tradition and history of Saskatchewan’s aboriginal communities and lastly is the gaze at dinosaurs and reptiles at the Earth Science Gallery.
2. RCMP Academy
Regina houses the RCMP Academy, a depot division which has been conducting and producing trained police. Tourists visit the depot on a Monday, Wednesday of Friday where you can watch the ‘noon parade’. Other things to see at RCMP Academy include the Centennial Building, the Firearms Complex and the RCMP Heritage Center.
3. Saskatchewan Science Center
The Saskatchewan Science Center houses a collection of permanent exhibits as well as special exhibits that come around from time to time. The museum is also famous for hosting social events, like Adult Science Nights, the After Dark Film Series and Fantasy Food.
4. Warehouse District
The Warehouse District has been recently modernized to a lively neighbourhood that is filled with shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Over the years it used to be an area filled with warehouses that accommodated freight for the nearby railway station.
5. Wascana Center
The 9.3 square kilometre landmass is built around Wascana Lake. The fourth-largest urban park in the country which is even said to be larger than New York City’s Central Park. It is equipped with buildings, facilities and attractions making it easy for tourists to always forget their other schedules while enjoying the whole day watching the lake. The centre is also home to a great number of waterfowl, like ducks, geese and other birds.
6. MacKenzie Art Gallery
MacKenzie Art Gallery houses over 3,800 pieces, with over 160,000 people viewing its artwork annually. Some famous artists who have worked in the collection include Patrick Hayman, Bill Vazan, Ivan Eyre and Roger Ing. This is just a perfect place any art lover will want to be.
7. Last Mountain Lake
The town of Regina Beach runs on the shores of Last Mountain Lake just northwest of Regina. In summer the town is a famous resort area and is a top-notch place to be if you want to enjoy your day at a beach. Activities like swimming are pretty good and you can also take a bite from one of the beachside restaurants.
8. Casino Regina
Casino Regina accommodates over two million visitors annually and is undoubtedly the biggest attraction in the city. It features casino centres for gambling lovers. You can opt-in for a show if you are bored with gambling or want to exhaust your winnings. There are also numerous restaurants on site where you can have a great treat.
9. Saskatchewan Legislative Building
Talking about the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, not only is the exterior of the building enormous, the interior is as well massive. A 30-minute tour around the building will get your breath taken. You can also learn about its history and don’t forget to go with a camera to take photos of the building and their attractive surroundings.
10. Regina Floral Conservatory
The conservatory is a habitat to tropical plants, flowers and trees. Engage yourself in a stroll around the conservatory and admire the fascinating floral displays. One unique thing is how dynamic the conservatory is, if you are ever visiting Regina at different times of the year your coming will always be made worthwhile.