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Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina
(4.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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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  • We took our 4 year old grandson to the Museum and had a delightful, informative time. What a great way to spend time with family. The play area was amazing which added to the adventure. 
  • There is a suggested donation price of $6/person but it is up to you. The exhibits are very informative and gives you a great insight on the rich native history. 
  • Regina can be proud of this beautiful museum that is for every body to enjoy without spending lots of money. We visited many times over the years with kids and visitors and always loved it. 
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  • The admission is by donation, and the museum portion is on one wing of the building. I started with the lower of the two floors. The first exhibit was on indigenous snakes. Then, it moved on prehistoric period of the Province of Saskatchewan. As I walked through this one way exhibit, I could sense the time progression. The second floor focuses more on the contemporary geography and issues of the Province. The exhibits featured realistic dioramas. It is a great place to visit as a tourist and for locals who want something indoors.
  • I've been going to the museum since I was a child. I love it, for sure an attraction for new comers. Great for kids!
  • This is a must see attraction in Regina. They're constantly changing up exhibits to keep things fresh. The to scale life models of Saskatchewan's native flora and fauna are spectacular. They also offer great programs for kids. If you live in Saskatchewan a shave yet to visit the Royal Sask Museum you NEED to and if you're just visiting the amazing province add it to your list of stops. 😀
  • Very nice displays. Good place to take kids to see the history of the area. Free of charge, but they do have a recommended donation to support the museum. Don't forget to visit Megamunch!
  • I'm from Alberta we were visiting family in Regina for the weekend and the museum was by far one of the best highlights of the trip. All the displays and exhibits were very detailed and very well arranged. My kid loved the interactive dinosaur area for kids if you have some spare time and $15 for a family donation, I highly recommend the royal Saskatchewan museum.