Top Tips for Visiting Regina
1. Attend a Canadian Football Game
If you are visiting Regina between June and September, you have the perfect opportunity to dress in green and white and watch the Saskatchewan Rough Riders. The energy of their fans is infectious and you will leave the game with a huge smile on your face, no matter what the score.
2. Visit the Little Manitou Lake
Canada’s answer to the Dead Sea, Little Manitou Lake can be found between Regina and Saskatoon and stands unique amongst the 100,000 lakes that call Saskatchewan home. The salt level ensures that swimmers can comfortably float along, so make a stop here for an unforgettable excursion.
3. Unwind in the Spa
Feel like you need a little pampering after exploring the sights of Regina? Head to the Manitou Springs Hotel for your chance to unwind in luxury. As the home of Canada’s largest indoor mineral spa, there is no better place to treat yourself to some TLC.
4. Listen to the Orchestra
Regina is a haven for those who love cultural arts, and the experience of watching the city’s residency symphony orchestra is unmissable. Performing their inaugural concert in 1908, this 100- year old orchestra has been delighting audiences ever since. The band play at a wide variety of concerts and events throughout the year, so time your trip around one of these to see some world-class musicians in action.
5. Take a Walking Tour
With 16 options for self-guided walking tours, the best way to explore Regina is absolutely on foot. We suggest you embark on a more general walking tour so you can get a feel for the sights and sounds of the city; however, there are more specific tours – such as Cathedral tours and Downtown tours that are sure to delight any history lover.