At the heart of the Canadian Prairies lies Regina, Saskatchewan’s beloved capital. Rich with heritage, it is trademarked by its historic attractions, each with a unique story of its own like the RCMP Heritage Centre, the Legislative Building, the Government House and other relics from the past that are responsible for putting the Queen City on tourist and Travelodge maps worldwide.
Regina: Get started
Begin your vacation in Downtown Regina at Victoria Park, perfect for picnics or a leisurely walk and famous for hosting events like the Farmers’ Market and the Jazz Festival in the summers. Across the street, peruse through books and city archives at the Regina Public Library before checking out City Hall located just a few minutes’ walk from the park. Windup with paddleboarding or kayaking at Wascana Lake or hit the batting cages at Baller’s Rec Room.
REGINA TRAVEL GUIDE
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WHAT TO EAT
Try your hand at Regina-style pizza from Houston Pizza, all kinds of ice cream flavours from Dandy’s, homemade ale pretzels from The Lancaster Downtown and one-of-a-kind sourdough donuts from The Everyday Kitchen.
WHAT TO BRING BACK
There’s plenty to do in Regina and even more to bring back home. Book a tour of the Legislative Building and bring home souvenirs from its gift shop, spike scientific curiosity within yourself with mementos from the Saskatchewan Science Centre, or go all out while shopping at some of Regina’s best malls.
Wascana Centre is three times the size of New York’s Central Park and two and a half times bigger than Vancouver’s Stanley Park, making it one of the largest urban parks in all of North America.
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