Things To Do in Regina
1. RCMP Heritage Centre
Learn the history of Canada’s Mounties – the country’s federal and national police force - at this intriguing not-for-profit museum. This is the home of the training academy where all officers must qualify and houses over 18,000 square feet of exhibitions. Attractions include a brand new interactive virtual reality demonstration and a driving tour.
2. Stone Hall Castle
The perfect stop for history lovers, Stone Hall Castle enthrals visitor. This 10,000 square foot castle is packed to the brim with furniture, tapestries and oil paintings from the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries. We suggest you make your visit unforgettable and book one of the 4 rooms available for an atmospheric stay – with access to the castle dining hall and library, you will feel transported back in time to a different world.
Located at Manitou Beach, the dance floor has been full all-night long since 1928. A full orchestra will provide the backdrop as you glide along this iconic dance floor We suggest you indulge in the delicious buffet dinner before dancing the night away.
4. Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Explore Saskatchewan’s past, present and future as you tour the interpretative galleries located in this museum. Learn about the flora and fauna of the province and explore the fascinating First Nations Gallery to learn the history of Canada’s indigenous people and natural history.
5. Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
The perfect mix of tranquil nature and thrilling outdoor activities, a visit to Buffalo Pound Provincial Park is sure to delight. We suggest you pack up a tent and spend a couple of nights wild camping in the stunning surroundings. Activities available include canoeing, sailing, cycling and hiking.