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Did you know Victorians believed in a number of superstitions involving death and bad luck. Death was a common domestic fact of life for Victorians, so they developed elaborate rituals to deal with it or avoid it. Join our ghostly hosts, Rebecca and Mary, the Brown sisters who were maids at Government House in 1905 as they take you on a tour of the museum.
Learn the history of the Outlaw Trail that started in Saskatchewan and ran all the way to Mexico. Throughout the tour guests can sample products from the distillery and learn how their 14 different hand-crafted alcoholic beverages are made. Best to book tours ahead of time, call 306-527-6533.
Known as the “King of Rock and Roll”, Elvis Presley was one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century. Visit a museum dedicated to Elvis and the 50’s featuring memorabilia and vintage cars. Interpretive tours must be pre-booked at least 5 days in advance. Call 306-586-9819 to book.
Enjoy a free self-guided audio walking tour of the historic Cathedral Neighbourhood in Regina. This tour will take you along 13th Avenue where you will hear historic stories and quirky secrets about learn about some local residents. Download the tour app on your mobile device.
Enjoy a free self-guided audio walking tour highlighting the LGBTQ2S community in Regina. Experience seven different stops that discuss the history of the community in Regina.
Starting at the stunning Saskatchewan Legislative Building, your phone becomes your tour guide as you meander around the beautiful Wascana Lake. You'll hear all about the lake itself, as well as the monuments, plaques, statues and art that make the Wascana Centre a must see.
Walk or bike to some of Regina's best breweries in this self-guided craft breweries tour. Located in Regina's Warehouse District, you can walk the entire loop in under 2 hours.
Moose Mountain Tours is delighted to offer a tour of Rebellion Brewing in Regina, Over the Hill Orchards & Winery, Frontier Gardens fresh vegetable market, and end the day at the Lumsden Hotel & Steak Pit.
The history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League is brief but its legacy is immeasurable. For the first time female athletes could compete and be just as popular and successful as the men.
For a fun night activity, take a walk through the Globe Theatre and get your spine tingling. With our Front-of-House Manager leading a small group, you will wander through the darkened halls, stairwells and backstage spaces of Globe Theatre, while listening to tales of Globe’s haunted history.