Local Fashion

The latest styles and coveted brands are within easy reach at Regina’s many exceptional clothing stores and fashion boutiques. Discover the latest high-end chic and comfortable everyday wear for women, men and kids. Brought to you by ethically-minded business owners, the Regina fashion scene is diverse, inclusive, and always in season.

Check Out Cathedral

Cathedral is the area in the city famous for its free-spirit, artistic sensibilities, and creative ambience. It’s home to many special little stores, exceptional eating options, and extraordinary entrepreneurial endeavours.

Discover Downtown

It’s a beautiful day in the neighbourhoods - and they’re yours to explore. A strong sense of community and unique independent businesses make Regina strong. Discover a fascinating mix of people, innovation, food, sports and arts that creates our welcoming city. Find the neighbourhood that speaks to you. The heart of the Queen City beats with the bustle of essential shopping, amazing eating options, and a host of things to do during every season. For more resources on Regina's Downtown, visit the Downtown Regina Visitor Service Pavilion located on the City Square Plaza.

Family Eats and Treats

To treat or not to treat? There is no question. Wherever you explore in Regina, there are always new fun and flavour packed foods to try. Go ahead and treat the family. You can walk off any overindulgence with a wander around town, looking for your next tasty surprise.

Family Fun in YQR

Hi, I’m Tyson Liske and this is my guide for Family Fun in Regina. As a family of 5, we’re always looking for things to do and places to go. Whether you’re in town for the weekend, looking for a staycation or exploring your own city, here are some amazing things to do for some family fun!

Wascana Park Activities

Wascana Park is 930-hectares of beautiful rolling landscaped parkland, surrounding a glimmering 12-hectare lake. Hike and bike the pathways, or take a canoe out onto the water. The grounds also hold a number of local landmark buildings, providing a magnitude of entertainment and learning experiences for the whole family. Out in the sunshine or inside a museum, you’ll be surprised by what Wascana Park has to offer.

Hiking and Biking

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Get on your bike, or pull on your walking boots, and hit the happy trails. Regina offers a number of outstanding walking and biking options within the city or just steps away. Whether you want a gentle stroll, a challenging hike, a city cycle path, or a rugged trail we can help you find the right path.

Sunset Spots

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After another glorious day in Regina, you’ll want to find somewhere to watch the sun dip behind the horizon. A sunset here is a sight of outstanding beauty and provides a view you’ll always cherish. Find your favourite spot and discover why Saskatchewan is known as the Land of Living Skies.

Regina Attractions

Learn about the city and the province from the experts. Explore the heart of the prairies with a visit to one of Regina’s many insightful and inspiring attractions.

Regina Art Scene

If you love quiet contemplation, carefully curated artworks, and the perfect room temperature - you’re in luck. Regina has always had an active arts community, with institutes reflecting the changing landscape of the local and national art scene. And – yes – there are some excellent gift shops. (Businesses operating in Saskatchewan must operate in accordance with the province’s COVID-19 response guidelines. Due to the changing nature of COVID-19 restrictions, some businesses may temporarily be unable to provide full accessibility to their services, and locations may be closed to the public.)

Storybook Toboggan Hills

This “Storybook Toboggan Hills” guide is not a comprehensive guide to the toboggan hills in Regina. Rather, these are a few parks with sledding hills that make your afternoon of tobogganing feel like a page from a winter storybook. I hope you enjoy these hills if you haven’t visited them before!

Winter with a Local

Winter has arrived! And whether you like it or not, it’s here to stay. So why not bundle up and embrace it! My name is Andrew Hiltz. I’m a photographer, videographer, and former Saskatchewanderer. This is my guide to a fun-filled winter day in YQR.