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Government House, Regina

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Visit Government House, the original residence of the lieutenant governor of the Northwestern Territories, later used as a functioning government house from 1891 to 1944. The Italianate style house boasts a square dome on the roof and Roman arch designed windows. Inside, find a total of 25 rooms such as guest rooms, a library, and a drawing room spread across two floors. Interesting items fill the rooms, such as a full 27 piece formal setting, corsets, an old tea pot, and an old rocking horse. Put Government House at the forefront of your travel plans using our Regina itinerary planner.
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  • We had a tour of this charming,elegant building and enjoyed it thoroughly.The inside is so well preserved and it's interesting to see the era.the building isn't huge so it takes about a half hour to g...  read more »
  • I recently attended a reception at Government House in Regina, Saskatchewan. I found the staff to be courteous. Upon entering we were guided to the reception room and offered a glass of wine. There we...  read more »
  • My mother was in a nursing home next door and this was our favourite place to visit. The Commissionaires are very friendly and knowledgeable about the artifacts in the building. The grounds are immacu...  read more »
  • Great interpretive materials and presented in a dynamic interesting manner too. I was so incredibly lucky to meet the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, her Honour Vaughn Solomon Schofield - who was super cool. Saskatchewan leads all Canadian provinces for having the highest number of female Lieutenant Governors and I think that's pretty wicked. 😀
  • Nice and fun inside, and beautiful gardens outside. It's a very fun and outstanding place with many antique features and historic sites.
  • Historic building with some nice museum exhibits. They sometimes have events for children like Santa coming to visit at Christmas
  • A beautiful historical place where you can learn a bit about the province's history.
  • Free, old lieutenant governor house, from 1890. Well preserved. Occasionally actors act out roles from old time periods. Surprising this is free. About one hour attraction.
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