Things to see and do - Regina
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Museums and art
2445 Albert St.
On the upper level, the Life Sciences Gallery features more than a dozen remarkable dioramas that depict the wildlife and habitats of Saskatchewan. Exhibits in the Earth Sciences Gallery showcase dinosaurs and woolly mammoths, volcanoes and glaciers ..
Architecture, castles and historic districts
2405 Legislative Dr.
Built from 1908 to 1912, this majestic parliament house (the largest in Canada) was constructed in the shape of a cross topped by a dome. It occupies a fine site overlooking French-style gardens and Wascana Lake. The interior and exterior walls are a..
Nature and gardens
2900 Wascana Dr.
This 930ha/2,300 acre park is Regina's pride and joy. Elegant flower gardens and trees surround the western part of the man-made Wascana Lake. Willow Island is a picnic site accessible by ferry. Also in the park, which can be toured by car, are a num..
Museums and art
3475 Albert St.
Occupying the western end of the T.C. Douglas Building in Wascana Centre, this gallery is devoted largely to the display of temporary and travelling exhibits. Consisting of more than 3,000 works, the permanent collection is showcased on a rotating ba..
Industrial tourism and theme park
5600 11th Av.
Stories about them are legion, and many films have portrayed their ability to "always get their man." Created in 1873 as the North West Mounted Police, the force had to formulate as well as preserve law and order in the Canadian West. Faced..