Regina Floral Conservatory

1450B Fourth Avenue, Regina



Early September to Early June


About Regina Floral Conservatory, Saskatchewan, Canada

Opened during 1950’s by the City of Regina, the conservatory consisted of three small greenhouses. These greenhouses housed plants used to beautify the city and one of them was later opened for public enjoyment.

In 1999, the City of Regina partnered with the Regina Garden Associates to maintain the floral displays and to organize various events at the greenhouse. Later in 2002, the greenhouse was renamed as the Regina Floral Conservatory.

What to do at Regina Floral Conservatory?

Attractions & Things to do

A visit to Regina Floral Conservatory is sure to refresh one’s mind with its vivid colours and scents. This is the place to visit especially during those chilly winter season when nothing can match the warmth of the lush tropical environment or the tranquility these blossoms will provide.

The main attraction of the Conservatory is it’s fabled indoor floral display. This display is open from September to June every year and during this time the Conservatory hosts a total of six themed floral displays- each distinct and unique in its design. Be sure to check for schedule of the displays.

In addition to the rotating blooming displays, one can find figs, pines, succulents, cacti, orchids and various other trees and plants which forms the permanent collection at the Conservatory.

Sit back and relax or enjoy the sound of the water fall. Perhaps you would like a place to paint or maybe you enjoy sketching? What better place than here!

How about a family picnic? Call and book ahead to reserve a table to enjoy lunch with your family. Be assured of a memorable time.


The Conservatory hosts a number of scheduled events like garden teas, Family Days, Little Gardeners Club and various other functions. The display will be closed to the public during this time. Please check the event calendar before you plan your visit.

Five public teas, each with four sittings of an hour, are held at the Regina Floral Conservatory by RGA every year. Guests can enjoy their tea/ coffee, with other activities/entertainment in the Conservatory.

The conservatory also hosts events like family days & Lil’ Gardener’s Club.

Photography sessions

From its exotic plants to water garden, this place will leave you with good memories. Capture your glorious moments (such as wedding/engagement/baby showers or family get-togethers) on film against a backdrop of colourful blooming flowers and tall trees! Commercial photo sessions and all photography sessions of people must be pre-booked.

The Conservatory is available for rent during regular operating hours for small private events and social gatherings.

When to visit Regina Floral Conservatory?

Regina Floral Conservatory Hours

September to June:

Saturday – Wednesday | 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Thursday | 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Friday | 11:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Closed June Mid to Labour Day (September) and Christmas Day, New Year’s Day.

Time required to visit:

One hour and up

How much to visit Regina Floral Conservatory?

Admission is free except on Family Days and Teas.

During Family Days and Teas public access is limited and tickets must be purchased in advance.

Visitors are encouraged to make a donation to RGA in lieu of a paid admission.

Tours are available on request. Pre-booking is required for tours and is subject to volunteer availability.


How to get to Regina Floral Conservatory?

The Regina Floral Conservatory is located just north of the intersection of the 4th Avenue and St. John Street. Its right next to the Parks & Open Spaces Building. Its a short walk from Albert street.

Free parking available on site.

Accessible by public transport

What about Amenities & Accessibility at Regina Floral Conservatory?

Fully wheelchair accessible.

Visitors can also purchase a cup of coffee/tea for $2.

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