1. Museums & Historic Sites.
2. Outdoor & Nature Adventures
3. Zoos, Farms & Petting Zoos
4. Amusement Parks & Fun Centres
5. Family Theatre, Music & Festivals
1. Museums & Historic Sites
Saskatchewan Science Centre
Instill the power of creativity and imagination. With over 150 hands-on science exhibits, live stage shows and demonstrations showcasing all science disciplines from space, to energy, to the wildlife of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Science Centre is open to explore. Catch a 3D film at the Kramer IMAXTheatre and be flung through time and space, journey underwater, or even find yourself transported to a foreign land through the magic of giant screen films. Not a kid anymore? That doesn’t mean the Science Centre isn’t for you! Enjoy advanced programming and a licenced bar at one of our Adult Science Nights! Saskatchewan Science Centre.
Hours: Winter hours: Closed on Mondays. Tuesday through Friday | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Saturday – Sunday | 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Statutory holidays | 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM (except December 25) and is open on Mondays when school is out.
Summer Operating Hours: Monday through Friday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM; Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM; Statutory Holidays: 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Imax theatre Hours: Vary
Cost: Science Centre: Adult(18+): $10.00; Teen(13 – 17):$9.00; Senior(60+)/Youth(3-12): $8.00; Child(2-):Free
Government House Regina
Enrich your knowledge of Saskatchewan history, the role of Lieutenant Governor and the Government House itself through exhibits, interpretive presentations and games. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the Edwardian garden and the beautiful Sylvia Fedoruk Conservatory. Government House .
Hours: Winter Hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Summer Hours: Victoria Day to Labour Day | Daily | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: Admission is free. Donations are accepted, suggested levels are: Adults: $6.00; Seniors (65+) /Youth (12-18): $5.00; Children/Students: $3.00; Families: $15.00
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Visit the first museum in Saskatchewan, and celebrate the history and traditions of Aboriginal societies while enjoying the diversity and beauty of Saskatchewan landscapes . Learn about the geological history, the rich mineral resources of Saskatchewan, giant retiles, dinosaurs, and other extinct creatures that ruled Saskatchewan two billion years ago at the Earth Science Gallery. Royal Saskatchewan Museum .
Hours: Monday through Sunday | 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: Admission is by donation. A suggested level of contribution is: $6.00 – Adults $5.00 – Seniors (65+) and Youth (12-18) $3.00 – Children $15.00 – Families
Saskatchewan Legislative Building
This stunning home of the Saskatchewan legislature is truly worth a visit. From the majestic exteriors to the colorful well-maintained gardens, this place is a visual treat. Children can learn about the functions of the Assembly, learn what it takes to be an MLA or a Speaker and how they are elected, Understand how laws are made and many more details on the inner workings of the Government. Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly.
Hours: Open 362 days a year.
Tour Schedule: Summer Hours: May 20, 2017 – September 4, 2017 | 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Winter Hours: Sept. 6, 2016 – May 19, 2017 | 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Closed 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM)
Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame
Calling all sports enthusiasts!! Kids and adults are sure to love seeing sports person from over 50 sports that are represented in the Hall of fame. Know more about the province’s great sports persons and enjoy the exhibits, interactive activities, and fun games. The sports simulator is a favorite of all visitors. Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame
Hours: Open Monday through Friday | 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM, Saturday (May – Dec) | 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Cost: Adult: $5.00, Seniors: $3.00, Family: $10.00, Students/Children (6-17): $2.00, Children (under 5): Free.
RCMP Heritage Centre
Want to know interesting and fascinating facts about the Mounties? Head to the RCMP Heritage Centre. Here, one can learn through exhibits what the force has offered and still offers us. Learn about modern forensic techniques at the interactive ‘Cracking the Case’ session and culminate your visit with a short movie at the SGI Canada Centre. Sergeant Major’s Parade is a great attraction for the visitors at this centre.
Hours: Daily, year round. Closed on Good Friday, Remembrance Day, December 25 & 26.
September – June hours: Sunday through Saturday | 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
July – September: Monday- Sunday | 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday | 09 AM to 09:00 PM ( July- mid-Aug)
Cost: Adult (18+): $10; Student (18+)/Senior (60+): $8; Child/Youth (6-17): $6; Family: $30; Kids (5-): Free
Alex Youck School Museum
It’s like turning back time!!! Sit in an old class room with slate blackboards, ink wells and feather pens, cast iron desks with wooden tops. See old yearbooks, pennants, pictures and memorabilia from all over Regina. Alex Youck School Museum
Hours: Open from September – June, Monday through Friday | 8:00 AM -11:55 AM and 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM.
Cost: Adults (18-59): $24.00; Seniors (60+)/Youth (14 – 17) : $18.00; Children (4-13): $14.00. Includes tax.
Saskatchewan Military Museum
Learn about Saskatchewan’s proud military history through artifacts, documents and materials at the Saskatchewan Military Museum.
Hours: Monday & Thursday | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
MacKenzie Art Gallery
Enjoy making art and explore your creativity at the art studio. Tour the Learning Centre and enjoy self-guided, hands-on exhibition related activites. Visitors to the Gallery on Sunday can enjoy ‘Studio Sunday’, a family friendly event with family-focused tours, hands-on art-marking and special Sunday events with storytelling and special guest artists. MacKenzie Art Gallery
Hours: Monday – Wednesday & Friday – Saturday | 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM; Thursday | 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM; Sunday and Holidays: 12:00 PM- 5:30 PM
Cost: Admission is free, donations are appreciated.
Explore art galleries and set the spark for creative imagination.
3. Mata Gallery
Museums & Historic Sites within two Hours of Regina
Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site
Located one hour northeast of Regina and named after early Saskatchewan settler, W.R. Motherwell who later went on to become Minister of Agriculture is the Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site. Experience the traditional way of farming on the prairie, help the staff take care of the farm animals, milk a cow, enjoy rides, nature walks and more. The Centre also holds a 2-day program for children ages 6-12 where they will first-hand experience of how children used to live on the farm. Details
Hours: May long weekend – June | Monday – Friday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM; July – early September | Daily 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Cost: Adult $3.90; Senior $3.45 ; Youth $1.90 ; Family/Group $9.80
Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site
True to its slogan ‘Its more than bricks and mortar’, the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site, located one hour away from Regina, stands out as a prime example of early 20th century industrial activity in Canada. It is North America’s best preserved brick plant and its visitors can see how the bricks are made. Visitors can also explore the historic clay canyons which is a unique hiking experience. Delicious brick-oven bread and saskatoon pies are available at the cafe. Details
Hours: Open in summer. Hours – TBA
Cost: Regular tour admission: Adult (17-64) $10; Seniors (65+) $6; Youth (6 – 16) $5; Family $25
Last Mountain House Provincial Park
This provincial park is located 30 minutes northeast of Regina and is centered around the Last Mountain House – a fur trade post constructed by the Hudson’s Bay Company. Visitors can take a guided tour exploring the post including the reconstructed ice celler, warehouse and fur press. Walk along the plateau and be treated to spectacular views of the Last Mountain lake below. See if you can spot the beaver. Details
Hours: Tour: July 1 – Labour Day | Thursday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: Vehicle entry fee: Day Pass $8.00; 3-Day Pass $19.00; Weekly Pass $28.00; Transferable Annual Permit $55.00; Saskatchewan Senior (65+) Free
Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum
Explore the Pioneer village, the Diefenbaker Homesteads, and the Sukanen Ship. The pioneer village boasts of a number of buildings – half of which tell the story of the development of railway. See the home of the 13th Prime Minister of Canada and learn the story of the Sukanen ship. Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum.
Hours: May -September | Monday – Saturday | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Sunday | 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Cost: Adults (+16) $8.00; Seniors (+60) $7.00; Students (with valid card) $7.00; Ages 6-15 years (Accompanied by an adult) $5.00; Ages 5 and under Free
II. Nature & Outdoor Fun
Regina Floral Conservatory
Refresh your mind with a visit to the Regina Floral Conservatory. 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. Don’t miss the indoor floral displays open from September to June every year. Whether you want to relax, enjoy a family picnic or paint a beautiful scene, the Conservatory won’t disappoint you. Let your little one dig in the mud and play with shovels and learn how to plant during Lil’ Gardener’s Club.
Hours: Open daily from 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM from September to June.
Closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Cost: Free except on family days and teas
Spend a day at one of North America’s largest urban parks. Located in the heart of Regina, centered around a 300-acre man-made lake, the Wascana Centre is a popular destination for families. Home to several attractions including the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Legislative Building, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, IMAX Theatre. This is also a favourite spot for joggers, cyclists, canoers, sailors, and skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts. The Centre also has an amazing range of activities for everyone to enjoy. There are a number of climbing and play structures and slides at the Candy Cane Park. Feed the fowls at the Waterfowl Display Pond or take a boat trip to the Willow Island. See the wildlife at theWascana Marsh.
Douglas Provincial Park
Nestled on the banks of the Diefenbaker, situated 2 h from Regina, is the Douglas Provincial Park named after the late Saskatchewan Premier Tommy Douglas. With lots of outdoor recreation opportunities, including cycling, hiking trails, swimming, sailing, fishing, and wildlife viewing, the park is a favourite holiday destination.Details.
Cost: Regular Provincial Park fees apply
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
For nature lovers and sun-lovers, a day at the Buffalo Pound Provincial Park is a day well-spent. Situated within an hour’s journey from Regina, this Park offers a beautiful beach perfect for swimming or fishing. See plains bisons along the Bison View Interpretive Trail (2.9-km long), view the Great Blue Heron at the Nicolle Flats Interpretive Area or spend the night camping.Details.
Cost: Regular Provincial Park fees apply
Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park
A summer paradise located less than an hour from Regina. Come here to swim, laze in the sun or to fish, play beach volley or sail the Last Mountain Lake, the Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park offers lots of recreational activities to enjoy. Details.
Cost: Regular Provincial Park fees apply
Echo Valley Provincial Park
Create beautiful fun memories with family at the Echo Valley Provincial Park. Located within an hour northeast of Regina, tucked in between the Pasqua and Echo Lakes. Access the two beautiful beaches in a picturesque valley setting with lots of recreational opportunity. Hike the 3 km long Qu-Appelle Valley trail, mountain bike, fish, picnic, barbecue, play volleyball or golf. Details.
Cost: Regular Provincial Park fees.
Birding & Nature Expeditions
Join fellow nature enthusiastsand observe birds, critters and all aspects of nature across Regina area.
A popular recreational park with beautiful gardens, children’s play areas, historic monuments and sculptures.
A.E. Wilson Park
A beautiful 300 acre park along the Wascana Creek with picnic areas, toboggan hills, children’s play area, baseball diamond, soccer fields and more.
Kiwanis Waterfall Park
Capture beautiful memories and moments at the Kiwanis Waterfall Park .
Kinsmen Park South
With a nice spray pads and children’s play area, a charming waterfall and beautiful gardens, the Kinsmen park is a good place to enjoy a family time.
Canoeing, Rafting or Sailing
Enjoy summer and explore Regina’s water ways through sailing, canoeing, or kayaking. If you are new to this, seeWascana Racing Canoe Clubto get started . If you are looking for opportunities to improve your skills, check out Regina Marathon Canoe Club.
Cheer Regina Home Teams
Cheer Regina Home teams as they battle it out for the next champions title.
III. Zoos, Farms & Petting Zoos
15 acres of A-Maze-ing Fun is awaiting you just 30 minutes away from Regina. Enjoy old favourites plus awesome new attractions, including the Jumping Pillow, Corn Cannon, and Hay Bale Slide. Spend your time with the Pumpkin Princess or visit farm animals and go on tractor drawn wagon rides at Pumpkin Hollow. Visit the place during the Halloween season and you will keep coming back every year.
Hours: September | Saturday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM; Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
October | Friday 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM; Saturday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM; Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Cost: Season Pass: $26.25/person; $126/family; General (3-64) $12.60; Child (2-) Free; Senior (65+) $10.50; Family Day Pass $57.75
Beaver Creek Ranch and Horse Centre
This ranch, located at Lumsden, is a perfect place for family/group outing especially if you love horses. They offer riding lessons and horse training for all ages. Get up-close and personal with a herd of buffalo, enjoy traditional ranch-style entertainment during Cowboy Cookout. Enjoy scenic hay rides touring the beautiful Qu’Apelle Valley in summer, while winter is the time for sleigh rides. Learn the basics, or sample horsemanship at all levels, with the chance to try everything from working cattle events to jumping at horse camps. They also hold camps in July and August. Beaver Creek Ranch
Hours: Open year-round.
Cost: Hay and sleigh rides are $250.00 per wagon/sleigh. Hay/Sleigh rides accommodate 12-14 people.
Very Berry Farm
Beautiful sumptuous fresh berries! Saskatoons, raspberries, sour cherries, strawberries all ready for you to pick at the Very Berry Farm.
Hours: Weather dependent. Please call 306-536-9694 before planning your trip.
Cost: U-pick: Raspberries/Strawberries $15/gallon; Saskatoon/Sour Cherries $13/gallon or $25/2gallon;
We-pick: Raspberries: $30/gallon; Strawberries:$25/gallon; Saskatoon/Sourcherries $23/gallon
Corn Maiden Market at Lincoln Gardens Farm
Discover, learn and have a delightful day at Corn Maiden Market at Lincoln Gardens Farm . Get fresh farm produces at the market and have fun at the pumpkin patch/straw or hay bale maze. You can also enjoy Raspberry U-pick while you are here. You can pick your perfect Halloween pumpkin from the Pumpkin Patch. Corn Maiden Market
Hours: Monday – Sunday | 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Zadack Holdings Berry Orchard
Imagine picking up fresh raspberries and saskatoons from a 12-acre orchard. Located just minutes from Regina,Zadack Holdings orchard is a beautiful place to connect with nature.
Office Hours: Call orchard hotline (586-9275) by the end of June to know daily timings.
Over the Hill Orchards
Visit this Orchard and you will understand why this farm is so popular. With an amazing view of the picturesque Qu’Allelle Valley and the fresh berries ripe for your picking, the Over the Hills Orchard will blow your mind. Take a tour of this remarkable orchard, bite into their delicious cherry pie while sipping coffee. Before heading home, browse their shop to pick up amazing spreads and toppings. Over the Hill Orchards.
Hours: Tour timing: Every Saturday & Sunday during season @ 1:00 PM. For more info call (306)530.9133.
Cost: Tour $15/person
GCJ Stables Ltd.
Create fun memories around horses. Enjoy riding horses or go on trail rides at GCJ Stables.
Office Hours: Monday – Saturday | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Evraz Park & Pool
A fun place for the whole family with children’s playground, swimming pool and wildlife. See prairie animals like buffalo, elk as well as Canadian geese. Ride the train, go down the giant slides, and have some water fun at the outoor swimming pool. Evraz Park & Pool
Hours: : May long weekend – September long weekend
Animal Park: Daily | 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM.
Pool: Monday – Friday | 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM, Saturday – Sunday | 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM.
Season and open hours weather dependent. Call (306) 924-7599 for more information.
IV. Amusement Parks & Fun Centres
Get ready for some great family fun and entertainment! Laser Quest is a family entertainment venue combining the classic games of hide-and-seek and tag with a high tech twist. Laser Quest.
Hours: Hours vary each day, check the calendar given on the website.
Cost: Regular Game $9.00; Ironman game: $12.00
The giant inflatable bouncer’s here will have your kid wanting to get into action. Dino Bouncers.
Mondays: Closed; Closed on December 24-26 & 31, New Years Day & Easter
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM; Wednesday- Saturday: 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM; Sunday: 9:00 AM – 6:00PM
Cost: $9 (+tax) per child, over the age of 1 year. Preschool Admission is $7(+tax) per child, Weekdays 9am-3pm, excluding holidays and school holidays. (ages 1-4)
Wonderland Entertainment Centre
Lots of games to choose from! Play racing games; pinball games, jukebox, pool, foosball, air hockey, and more arcade games at the Wonderland Entertainment Centre.
Hours: Open Monday – Friday: 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM; Saturday: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM; Sunday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
Cost: $5 / hour/ person
A place to improve gymnastics skills and a kids fun centre with walk-ways, slides, tunnels, mini glow-slide, puzzle, and more! Gymnastics Adventure.
Cost: You must have a wristband to play. If participating in a class, Free Play on the day of the class. (If you play before your class, please pick up a wristband at the front desk).
Pay to Play if: Registered in a class this session: $3.00; Non-registered sibling: $3.50 (only on the day the member has a class); Non-registered child: $6.00
The evil genie has you in his clutches. Time is running out! Figure out a way to escape before it’s too late!!! Escape Club
Hours: Open daily. Monday – Sunday: 9:00 AM – 11:45 PM
Cost: $25. Minimum room booking fee of $100 (4 people).
Key Quest Escape Room
The room is vandalised! Find flight tickets to your dream vacation beofre your flight takes off. Locked in a cellar! Get out beofre the killer comes back . 12+. Key Quest Escape Room
Hours: Wednesday – Thursday: 05:00 PM – 09:00 PM; Friday: 05:00 PM – 11:00 PM Saturday: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM; Sunday: 12:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Cost: $15/per person
Have fun skateboard at the skateboard parks in Regina.
- Skate Plaza in Wascana Centre, Wascana Drive & Powerhouse Drive
- Lakeridge Outdoor Skate Park, 5255 Rochdale Blvd
- Skate Plaza in Harbour Landing at Norseman Park, Fairchild Road and Beacon Drive
- Imperial Park Skate Pod, 200 Broad Street N
Al Benesocky’s Shock House ‘Xtreme (SHX)
Are you ready to be scared? If you love all things horror, head to the Shock House for a mind-numbing time. Although they hold their regular shock house during Haloween in neighbouring Moose Jaw, they have recently started the extreme version SHX in Regina (selected dates Feb-March 2016) for people who haven’t had enough.Al Benesocky’s Shock House
Hours: Selected dates Feb-March 2016
Note: SHX is not recommended for children 12 years and younger. Having said that, Al Benesocky do not have an age restriction in place
Chuck E Cheese’s
From kiddie rides for the little ones to the coolest video games and high-tech simulator rides, skill games & arcades, Chuck E. Cheese’s have something for every child. Chuck E Cheese’s
Hours: Sunday – Thursday : 11:00 AM – 09:00 PM; Friday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM; Saturday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Cost: Free admission, game tokens required for playing.
Enjoy adventure tours around Regina in a bus or boat with Eco-Party Adventures.
Hours: Timing vary with selected tour
Cost: Varies with tour.
Kings Park Speedway
Operated by the Regina Auto Racing Club, this is a 1/3 mile racing oval. Enjoy watching thrilling track events. Kings Park Speedway
Hours: Varies with event schedule.
Cost: General events: Adults: $10; Youth/Senior $8; Children (7-12) $5; Family $25; Children (6-) Free
Special events: Adults: $15; Youth/Senior $12; Children (7-12) $8; Family $40; Children (6-) $5
Test your aim and have a ‘Hunger Games’ style family fun! Enjoy archery or shooting at the following locations.
Skydive South Sask
Whether you want to experience the thrill of skydiving one time or you think skydiving may be for you and you want to come out and learn to skydive for yourself,Skydive South Saskhas a training program that is a custom fit for you 18+.>
Hours: May – September/October depending on the course.
Cost: Solo First Jump Course $250; Tandem $300/jumper
First Tee: Indoor Golf Centre
Tee off at one of Canada’s largest indoor golf centres. With ten simulators, the First Tee provides a choice of 78 world-class golf courses and 30 formats of play, including stroke play, Texas Scramble, and Skins, and will keep you entertained for months. Whether it’s with friends, a staff function, or a stag or stagette, you’ll find a course which suits your game “to a tee”. First Tee: Indoor Golf Centre
Hours: Open daily from October – May. Reservations are suggested.
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 11:00 PM; Friday & Saturday: 9:00 AM – Midnight; Sunday: 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Cost: $22 – $30 per simulator per hour
Divots Indoor Golf
Divots Indoor Golf is a 5,800 square foot licensed facility with 7 state-of-the-art aboutGolf® simulators and 72 world class golf courses. Divots Indoor Golf
Hours: Open daily from October – May including statutory holidays.
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM; Friday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 AM; Saturday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 AM; Sunday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Cost: General: $27 – $33 per simulator per hour; Seniors (60+)/Youth (16 & under) Weekdays $23, Weekends $27
Stone Hall Castle
Originally built by Francis Nicholson Darke as a fortress for his beloved wife Annie, Stone Hall Castle brings an incredible Medieval European experience to Regina. Stone Hall Castle
Hours: Thursdays & Fridays: 8:00 PM; Saturdays: 1:30 PM & 8:00 PM; Sundays: 1:30 PM
Cost: $25/Person ($30/Person at the door); $20/Child – 12 years of age and under
Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime, from start to finish! Experience the thrill of soaring high with Sundance Ballons.
Hours: Call Flight Line: (306) 751-0200 or Office Number: (306) 791-2853 for details.
Cost: Weekday Morning Flight: Monday – Friday $250; Weekday Evening Flight: Monday – Thursday $295; Anytime Flight: Monday – Sunday (AM & PM) $325
Note: Flights take place at sunrise and approximately 2 hours prior to sunset.
Get Air Regina
Trampoline, Dodgeball, foam pit, Kiddie Court, Slackline, Slam ball, Ninja course at Get Air Regina.
Hours: Open Jump Hours: Monday & Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM; Tuesday : 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM; Thursday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM; Friday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM; Sunday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Toddler Time: Tuesday & Thursday: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Cost: Big Air: One Hour – $14; Two Hours – $22; Jump Socks – $3
Little Air (Under 46″): One Hour – $8; Two Hours – $14; Jump Socks – $3
A door slams shut behind you, you’re locked in! Explore the room to discover clues. You have 45 minutes to work together to find the key to get out before your time runs out. Escape Manor
Hours: Wednesday -Thursday: 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM; Friday – Saturday: 11:00 AM – 11:30 PM; Sunday: 11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
Cost: $22+ tax
District 3 Escape Rooms
Enter a story, where you have 60 minutes to escape the immersive experience. There are no set paths to traverse, just a space full of hidden clues and puzzles. District 3 Escape Rooms
Hours: Thursday – Friday & Sunday – Monday | 9:30 AM – 10:30 PM; Saturday | 9:30 AM – 12:00 AM; Tuesday | 5:00 – 10:30 PM
Mystery Mansion Regina
Mystery Mansionis a collection of four, one hour story-driven escape rooms exploring the mystery of the Carthien House.
Hours: Wednesday – Friday | 5:30 PM-9:30 PM; Saturday – Sunday | 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Relax and enjoy coffee while kids have a rollicking time at the indoor playground.
1. Gymnastics Adventure – Details
2. South Leisure Centre, 170 Sunset Drive. 306-777-7031
Enjoy rock climbing at any of the following locations.
1. Northwest YMCA – Details
2. Level 10 Fitness Rock Climbing – Details
3. Flux School of Human Movement – Details
4. Cave Bouldering Gym, 2018 Linsday Street
Play a round of paintball. Multiple options available in and around 1 hour of Regina.
1. Paintball Paradise – Details
2. Prairie Storm Paintball – Details
3. n20 Paintball – Details
4. AA Paintball Indianhead – Details
5. Death Valley Paintball – Details
Have a family fun day out enjoying the most popular game after soccer! Check out the locations in Regina.
Drop in Programs – City of Regina Recreation & Regina Public Library
Participate in the many fun programs and activities held by City of Regina Recreation. Go for indoor swimming, skating, or shinny hockey. Details
Regina Public library offers plenty of free activities to choose from for all ages including toddler story times. Plan ahead to attend some of the free activities: Details.
Wading pools, spray parks and outdoor pools
Cost: Spray pads: Free;
Outdoor pools: Leisure Pass: $26.78 – $54.62; Single admission: $2.96 – $6.55; Dewdney and Maple Leaf Pools: Free during all operating hours. Wascana, Massey, and Regent Pools: Free 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Other Pools: Evraz Park & Pool, 100 Armour Road
Workshops and Other Fun Activities
1. Have fun at Cathedral Art School and Studio painting, pottery, sculpture, printmaking and more.
2. Join4 Cats for artistic fun.
3. Enhance your culinary repertoire at SchoolHaus .
4. Simon’s Fine Foodoffers culinary courses both for the novice and the curious.
Biking/hiking is a great way to explore Regina. Regina has extensive multi-use paths .
Visit Farmer Markets
Know about sustainable farming, seasonal produce, spot exotic vegetables, and support local farms by visiting the farmers markets .
Regina Walking Tours
Go for self-guided walking tour of Regina and learn stories of Regina’s past. Walking Tours.
Recreation Areas near Regina
Pack a picnic, go on a day trip and enjoy.
1. Regina beach
2. White Butte Trails Recreation Site
3. Wascana Trails Recreation Site
V. Events & Festivals in Regina
Revel in an evening of classical concerts by Regina Symphony Orchestra or rock out with touring artists at Conexus Arts Centre.
Listen to the children’s concerts heralding joy and inspiration!
The Trial of Louis Riel
Experience the longest running historical dramatic theatrical productions in North America at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum during July based on the actual transcripts of the famous Trial of Louis Riel.
Cost: Adults $20; Student (13+) $15 ; Youth (7 – 12) $10; 6 and under Free
Ballet and Theatre
There is always something fun going on for the whole family, any given week. See Family weekend activitiesarticle for more details.
Enjoy music, listen to stories of profound journeys, and more at Regina Festivals.
More to do
We have tried to include all activities in Regina. Please email us, if we have missed any attraction in the region.