Casino Regina Show Lounge
Casino Regina is a casino located on Saskatchewan Drive — in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates in the city's former union station, a Tyndall and ashlar stone structure completed in 1912.
Regina's Vegas Style Casino is host to live shows, great food, and of course gambling! This is the place for a great night out!
The casino houses some 800 slot machines, 35 table games, and a 9-table poker room. The 800-seat Show Lounge features entertainers, and meals are served in The Last Spike and Rail Car restaurants, as well as in the CPR Lounge and VIP Lounge.
The show lounge at the Casino is top notch if you want to catch a band or some other act while in town, try to do it at the Casino show lounge or the Connexus Arts Center.
“Large Mall featuring 2 floors of fashion & specialty retailers & a food court with global eateries.”
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“ About Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, Canada The Royal Saskatchewan Museum was the first museum in Saskatchewan, Canada, and the first provincial museum in the three Prairie Provinces. Established in 1906 as the Provincial Museum of Natural History, with a view to secure and preserve natural history specimens and objects of historical and ethnological interest, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum currently draws 1,40,000 visitors annually. It was renamed the Royal Saskatchewan Museum following the visit of Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Canada. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is actively involved in the excavation of fossils in southwestern Saskatchewan and offers a range of educational programs, exhibits, and research activities and showcases the natural, geologic, and First Nations history of Saskatchewan.”
“Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan, was constructed as a residence for the Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, whose territorial headquarters were in Regina until the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta were created out of the Territories in 1905 and Regina became the capital of Saskatchewan. At that point Government House became the vice-regal residence of Saskatchewan, which it remained until 1944 when it was vacated until it was returned to official ceremonial use in 1984.”