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Legislative Building, Regina

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Government Building
Architecture and history buffs will love Legislative Building, a grandiose structure that houses the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. The early 20th-century Beaux Arts building was designed by father and son architects William and Edward Sutherland Maxwell. Take a stroll in the pristine and ornate gardens before heading to the interior, complete with intricately carved wood panels and stained glass. Take a guided tour with a knowledgable staff member to bring your visit alive with stories and historical information. With our world travel planner, Regina attractions like Legislative Building can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Lots of marble and deeply stained wood Public areas as well as closed to the public areas (is a working Legislature) They may do tours when not sitting  more »
  • Probably worth 5 stars had we got inside but it was closed the day we visited. Walking around the building and taking many striking photos was still a joy. The building is situated in a beautiful park...  more »
  • Ridiculously big building, awesome in scope and design, with really nice walks around the area, statues of the Queen and Nero (her horse, not Philip), a fountain from Trafalgar Square etc. Another mem...  more »
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  • The tour is pretty neat and free to check out, worthy of a stop if you are looking for something to do in the city or have been here for years and never been. The gift shop in the basement is full of souvenirs and local handcrafts too. The grounds are wonderful in the summer to wander around on.
  • Great place to take a class and learn avout the province. Thanks to JR for a wonderful tour. I brought my grade 5/6 students and he was great. He met them at their level and asked many thought provoking questions. He was also very accommodating to our bizarre schedule and sometimes odd requests. I definitely recommend. I went there this summer and I had Devon Peters as a guide. He was outstanding. My favorite part was that he shared a lot of the little known "fun facts" and not just the historical knowledge. He was entertaining and professional. He's also got a pretty stellar beard. 5/7 without rice. 10/10 with rice.
  • The tour was amazing! The tour guide was a bit snobby, but eventually we switched to a much nicer guide. I highly suggest taking this tour and hope that you don't get that snobby guide too. Other than the guide, it's 5 stars
  • This is an old building. Very historic. It's nice seeing all of the history documented within it's halls. They have paintings of all past premiers and lots of other historical information to peruse.
  • Kelly was a great tour guide. Very knowledgable. Had a mixed english and french group and she transitioned perfectly without either group feeling left out.