About Civic Museum of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
The Museum was initiated by Regina Exhibition and the Regina and District Old Timers’ Association in 1958/59 and was called Plains Historical Museum Society, and later, the Regina Plains Museum.
The museum was opened with a mandate to collect, preserve, document and exhibit artifacts and other heritage collections pertaining to the social, political, cultural and economic growth of Regina.
With growing number of collections, the museum had to be relocated several times and has known several homes including the Laird building and the Old City Hall. In February 2014, the museum was finally shifted to the current permanent home.
What to do at Civic Museum of Regina?
Attractions & Things to do
Interested in learning about the history of Regina?
The Civic Museum of Regina tells it all. From the last steam engine of Regina to the studio camera or the old fur press, relieve the past lives of local inhabitants.
The Civic Museum of Regina is truly “Regina Re-membered, Re-visited, and Re-ported”.
When to visit Civic Museum of Regina?
Civic Museum of Regina Hours
Tuesday – Friday | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Closed on Sunday, Monday and statutory holidays
Time required to visit:
How much to visit Civic Museum of Regina?
Charitable donations can be made to support the Civic Museum of Regina.
How to get to Civic Museum of Regina?
Located in the historical Warehouse district of Regina at 1375 Broad Street.
Free parking available on site.
Accessible by public transport
What about Amenities & Accessibility at Civic Museum of Regina?
Full wheelchair access available.
Hotels near the Civic Museum of Regina
1. Radisson Plaza Hotel
2. Ramada Plaza Regina
3. Best Western Seven Oaks Inn
4. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre
5. Wingate by Wyndham
6. Quality Hotel Regina
Restuarants and Cafes near Civic Museum of Regina
1. Caraway Grill Indian Bistro
2. Bushwakker Brewing Co
3. Italian Star Deli
4. Taste of Tuscany
5. Memories Fine Dining