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Enjoy These Premier Attractions in the Regina Area
Enjoy a Tour of the Government House
As you embark upon your next trip through Regina, be sure to check out these premier historic and cultural attractions. Regina, the capital city in the province, is an eclectic landscape – explore the rich history and cultures soon.
From 1891 to 1905, the Government House was the residence of the then North-West Territories Lieutenant Governor. Today, the Government House is open to the public for tours.
From Victoria Day through Labour Day, the Government House is open seven days a week. During winter, it's only open for tours Tuesday through Sunday.
Just north from Victoria Park you'll find the Regina Globe Theatre. Established in 1966, the Regina Globe Theatre has been treating locals and visitors alike to live staged performances of many varieties on the Evraz Stage.
At the Royal Saskatchewan Museum you'll discover a wide range of interactive exhibits, fun – and usually family oriented – events, and even camps where the kids can learn all about wildlife, science, and history.
You can host a birthday part at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, or check out their Nights at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum events. The First Nations Gallery yields excellent insights into the traditions and cultures of Aboriginal communities of early Saskatchewan.
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