Finding great experiences in Regina while earning Rider Rewards points is the perfect pairing!
We want you to have the opportunity to explore all the great attractions and businesses we love here in the city, while doing what we know you love—being a Rider fan AND winning prizes!
What is the Rider Rewards Program?
This year, the Saskatchewan Roughriders has opened its Rider Rewards program to everybody!
This program allows you to collect points at specific locations around Regina and gives you the chance to earn special offers and sweet rewards on rewards.riderville.com. Some of our favs include a Zoom call with Cody Fajardo or a prize pack from Tourism Regina—just to name a couple.
How does it work?
Visit one of the locations listed below and scan the QR code to earn your points. You can receive anywhere from 1,000 to 1,250 points per location.
New locations will be added every month, each location’s QR code can be scanned once per month until March.
Where can I collect points this month?
RCMP Heritage Centre
RCMP Members are born all over the world, but they are made in Regina, Saskatchewan at the RCMP Academy “Depot” Division where they have been training the best and brightest since 1885. Located on the front lawn of this historic training facility, the RCMP Heritage Centre brings to life one of Canada’s oldest and most iconic stories, the story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Visit their galleries to explore over a century of Royal Canadian Mounted Police history, from the formation of the North-west Mounted Police in 1873, to the modern day Mountie.
Wednesday to Sunday. 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Saskatchewan Science Centre: JoyLab 2.0
JoyLab 2.0 is an all-new collection of curated experiences designed to provide Instagram-ready moments for visitors while discovering how simple things can bring about a feeling of joy. JoyLab 2.0 consists of several rooms that provide amazing photo backdrops for your friends and family. PLUS, you’ll get a chance to interact with some Science Centre favorites, including the Tornado Machine, the Bubble Pit, and more!
This safe and interactive exhibition encourages visitors to explore questions about joy and happiness, sparking a conversation about how the seemingly mundane spaces and objects we interact with everyday can affect our mood. The Science Centre exhibits and programming make it an excellent way to provide fun learning experiences for kids of all ages.
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum furthers an understanding of Saskatchewan's natural history and aboriginal cultures, past and present. It communicates that understanding through all available media, especially exhibits and publications, in a culturally and scientifically sensitive manner for the purposes of education and enjoyment.
Hours: Friday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, click here.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is reinventing the role of the public art gallery, using art and experiences to shed new light on the world. With a permanent collection that spans 5,000 years and nearly 5,000 works of art, we encompass both the University of Regina’s vast collection and one of Canada’s largest collections of Indigenous art, the Kampelmacher Memorial Collection. Through art, education, and immersive programming, we bring fresh perspectives that transform how people experience history, themselves, and each other.
Wednesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Sunday, 12 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The Atlas˚ Hotel (Throughout January)
Where stays are memorable for all the right reasons.
Located on Albert Street in the heart of south Regina, Saskatchewan near shopping, restaurants and entertainment destinations. When you stay with The Atlas Hotel you'll find yourself 8 minutes from Downtown Regina and less than 10 minutes from The University of Regina, Mosaic Stadium, picturesque Wascana Park and Regina International Airport. Who are we kidding; we're not far from pretty much anywhere you might want to go in Regina (we're a small city, it's part of our charm).
They offer super comfy guestroom accommodations with 50" flat-screen TVs, a Celtic pub, family-friendly restaurant, and a wicked-cool indoor waterpark featuring waterslides, a pool and a spray pad. Plus, free parking, free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour gym and just under 15,000 square feet of conference rooms and event space for meeting to-do's, or wedding I-do's.