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…
Learn about the geological history, the rich mineral resources of Saskatchewan, giant reptiles, dinosaurs, and other extinct creatures that ruled Saskatchewan two billion years ago at the Earth Science Gallery. Each gallery offers colourful dioramas, gorgeous murals, displays, hands-on exhibits, and…
Over 100 year old natural history muesum with Scott the world’s largest T. Rex on display and tons of amazing dioramas. A great trip with kids or anyone visiting.
Since 1906. Explore Saskatchewan and your world - the past, the present, and the future - as never before. A natural history museum offering life and earth sciences, as well as aboriginal history.
“If you would rather view exquisite works of art on exhibitions then this is the place for you.”
“Large Mall featuring 2 floors of fashion & specialty retailers & a food court with global eateries.”
“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.”
Point of Interest
“Take in a Regina Pats hockey game or other events going on at different times of the year!”
“The legislative building and its grounds were designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2005. It is also a Provincial Heritage Property under the Heritage Property Act. Of historical significance, the table that was used during the meeting of the Fathers of Confederation in Quebec City in 1864 resides in the building's library, albeit with six feet of it removed. Lieutenant-Governor Edgar Dewdney of the North-West Territories brought the table to Regina, which was the capital of the territory at the time. It was used in the offices of the Indian commissioner for Manitoba and the North-West Territories until 1896. Six feet of the table length was removed from the middle so that it could fit within the limited confines of the Prince Edward Building, the temporary home of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan while the Saskatchewan Legislative Building was under construction.”