A-22 Great Plains Road
Emerald Park, SK S4L 1B6
Phone: (306) 791-1925
Fax: (306) 791-1924
A-22 Great Plains Road, Emerald Park, SK, CA, S4L 1B6
- Phone: (306) 791-1925
- Fax: (306) 791-1924
Arts & Museums
The Saskatchewan Science Centre is a perfect place for families to have a truly enjoyable experience when in the city of Regina. The science center offers many interesting options. With the on-location Kramer Imax along with event spaces, interactive scientific displays, hands on exhibits, live showcasing of scientific facts and much more, it effortlessly presents a huge storehouse of information. Call ahead for more details or visit the website.
Dedicated to natural and life sciences, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is a must for all those who are interested in knowing more about the life processes and the way the earth functions. The museum has several galleries with various themes which give details on the science of earth movements and even a first nations gallery that gives you information on the first nations and traces their progress. To know more about the place, check the website.
Located at the heart of the city Regina, the MacKenzie Art Gallery covers an area of 9,300 square meter with several rooms divided to exhibit the contemporary art works. The museum is named after a respected Regina lawyer and patron of art who initiated the establishment of the first public art gallery. In the past the gallery has been host to artworks of Roger Ing, Augustus Kenderdine and Patrick Hayman. A perfect place to experience the magic of various visual art-forms. Call for more information.
The RCMP Heritage Centre is remarkable for providing insights into the history of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Established more recently, the center is a dedicated house with displays that narrate the story of the cadets in the past and present. Featuring many educational nature programs, the center is home to the replicas, newspapers, uniforms, weaponry and the like that illustrate the cadets past. Explore the interesting multimedia presentation referred to as the, Tour Of Duty. Certainly, a site worth visiting. Check their website for varying dates.