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Attractions

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Housed in the historic 1914 power building, the Saskatchewan Science Centre features both permanent and temporary exhibits that will delight curious minds of all ages. Providing opportunities for families to play and learn together, the Saskatchewan Science Centre encourages experiments, surprises you with stage shows and wows you with workshops. The Kramer IMAX Theatre features an eye-popping five-storey high IMAX screen and over 10,000 watts of six channel four way stereo surround sound.

Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame & Museum

The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum recognizes sport excellence, preserves sport history and educates the public on the contribution of sport to Saskatchewan’s cultural fabric. Explore the stories and artifacts of the 498 Hall of Fame inductees from 1966 to present day, learn about the Saskatchewan Roughriders – the team the fans built, discover the history of competitive sport throughout Saskatchewan and Canada.

Wascana Centre

Wascana Centre

In the heart of Regina, you’ll discover one of North America’s largest urban parks – Wascana Centre. Everything from the eight kilometer paved multi-use trail running along Wascana Creek to its nearly 300-acre lake is entirely man-made. Cyclists, joggers and cross-country skiers are among the many outdoor recreation enthusiasts who take full advantage of Regina’s enviable sunshine and ample open space. Wascana Centre is also home to several attractions including: the Legislative Building, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Royal Saskatchewan Museum and the Saskatchewan Science Centre and Kramer Imax Theatre.