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Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina

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Examine the many and varied natural history specimens at Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Established in 1906, the museum was the first of its kind in the city and the first provincial museum of the three prairie provinces. Discover vast exhibits ranging from the history of the tipi in the First Nations gallery to Cretaceous dinosaurs in the earth sciences displays and the lives of indigenous barren-ground caribou in the life sciences gallery. The museum shop offers an assorted collection of contemporary and traditional arts made by First Nations and other Saskatchewan artists, as well as a colorful children's corner. Arrange your visit to Royal Saskatchewan Museum and discover more family-friendly attractions in Regina using our Regina tour planner.
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  • I particularly like museums that use model diaramas and there is only one other that I have visited that is as good as those here. And that is the museum in Helsinki. Finland for those interested. The...  more »
  • I just walked in and ask for admission for one, but they said it was free of charge. So I put my donation into a box and i didn't expect it was really enjoyable. They have so many diverse collections ...  more »
  • Learning about the world for young and old with lots of prehistoric displays. Native Saskatchewan plants and First Nation displays take you back in time. I have visited it many times over the years.  more »
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  • Free to attend!!! Free!!! Leave a donation if you got some change. They have done a fantastic job. They sometimes have movie nights for super cheap! This is really nice as it's one of the only places to catch a flick downtown.
  • Really enjoyed the 150 for 150 exhibit on Canada Day! The framed native plants and leaves was displayed beautifully, too.
  • Absolutely fantastic, especially since entry the entry is by donation. My wife and I walked around for an hour to be able to see everything. Lots of very high detail displays!
  • A small but very fun musuem that has free admission. The exhibits and collection are very good and their snakes alive section has real snakes. The absolute best place to see in Regina.
  • I approached the front counter and asked, "How much does admission cost?" They responded with something to the effect of, "It's free, but we strongly recommend you donate the suggested donation amount." Long story short, I got guilted into paying for the admission since they were watching me with their judging eyes. The place is okay. There's a variety of educational and nature-related things to look at. When you're done with all that, there's a whole upper level filled with more stuff to glance at! The gift shop has lots of interesting and entertaining educational toys. Don't forget to check out Mega Munch while you're there - he has his own room somewhat close to the washrooms. It's probably worth checking out at least once, you lazy, uncultured baboon! Quit reading reviews and just go! It's free!