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Wascana Centre Park, Regina

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web
Head to the hub of the city's cultural life at Wascana Centre Park, a public park housing a diverse set of attractions and institutions dotted around 9.3 sq km (3.6 sq mi). Designed in the 1960s by famed Seattle architect Minoru Yamasaki, the park circles Wascana Lake and brings together several of the city's main institutions in a scenic public space. Amenities and attractions include three museums, an arts center, a university campus with Modernist buildings by Yamasaki, and a waterfowl park. Plan your visit to Wascana Centre Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Regina trip builder.
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  • Ur ban landscape, quiet, scenic and lots of parking.the parliament building is a great photo op as well. We enjoyed the walk a lot. 
  • I love Wascana Park. It's a nice getaway in the middle of the city. Great for quiet drives and to walk around with friends. 
  • While in Regina we visited Wascana and parked adjacent to the legislature building. This is a great place for a walk, for either leisure or exercise. We walked adjacent to the bridge and back to the l...  read more »
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