Thre is nothing more fun than exploring a city – its history, landmarks, art as well as its waters. Here is a list of self-guided tours that will help you explore Regina.
Habitat Conservation Area Interactive Tour
Located within Wascana Centre, The Habitat Conservation Area is a 23-acre site that is habitat for a variety of wildlife. Enjoy a self-guided tour using the guide. HCA Tour
Wascana Centre Tours
There are a number of tours you can take in Wascana Centre.
Wascana Centre offers eight different self-guided tours that focus on different aspects of this wonderful place. Each walk will take 15 to 45 minutes. Details
You can also make use of the outdoor walking guide to sight-see and walk around Wascana Park and the Legislative Building of Saskatchewan. Walking Tour Guide.
The Trans Canada Trail in Regina also winds through Wascana Centre. This 10.51 km long trail will take you through Legislative building, the University of Regina, the historic Albert Street Memorial Bridge, the Mackenzie Art Gallery, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the Kramer IMAX Theatre and Wascana Marsh area. Trail Map
Learn about the art and the artists who created the sculptures in this tour. Sculpture Garden Tour
Regina Heritage Walking Tours
Regina Heritage Walking Tours is a wonderful guide to Regina’s built history. These eight different tours cover various areas in Regina including Cathedral, Central Square, core, crescents, downtown, Lakeview and the warehouse. Each tour is further split into different sections for easy navigation and will take 1 – 3 hours. Tour Guide
City of Regina has also published a guide with points of interest related to the Regina Tornado of 1912. You can also take a video tour of the locations and drive by these locations for a self-guided tour. Cyclone Tour
Regina’s Craft Brewery Tours
Check out Regina’s craft brewing scene with this unique self-guided tour by Rebellion Brewing Co.
Downtown Regina Cultural Trailway Tour
The Downtown Regina Cultural Trailway Tour highlights important cultural and heritage events that took place in Regina over the past 130 years. A brochure is available on the website to download. Details
The Narrated Walking Tour is a free self-guided walking tour of the historical buildings in downtown Regina. The tour begins with The Northern Bank Building on Scarth Street. You can follow the directions for continuing the tour at the end of each segment. Details
izi.TRAVEL: Audio Travel Guides
Three different audio walking tours of Regina are available. Download the tour app on your mobile to explore.
Entertaining the City: Warehouse District Audio Walking Tour- This free self-guided audio walking tour covers 7 different locations in this historical neighbourhood. Warehouse District
Queering the Queen City – This walking tour highlights the LGBTQ2S community in Regina through seven different stops. Queen City
Village Voices – Hear historic stories and secrets about local residents of the historic Cathedral Neighbourhood in this 1.5 hour tour. Village
Tripvia Tours are GPS guided audio walking tours. There is also a trivia challenge game at each POI. Download the app on your mobile device to start exploring.
Wascana Lake Walking Tours meanders around beautiful Wascana Lake. Wascana Lake
Downtown Regina Walking Tour guides you through the historical heart of Regina. Downtown Regina
First Nations University of Canada Tour
Go on a self-guided tour through the Regina campus of FNUniv learning its history, buildings, and programs. Also Take a look at the extensive art collection. FNUniv Tour