Regina Rolling Robot Tours

Regina, SK

Where are we going?

Regina Rolling Robot Tours
2903 Powerhouse Drive
S4N 0A1

306 551-1462

What is there to do?

Want to see the amazing city of Regina in a whole new light? Check out Regina Rolling Robot Tours!

This cool way of exploring a city allows you to tour around Regina's beautiful Wascana Park on a Segway - those super popular bike slash scooter slash, well  they're pretty unique!

Using the Segway allows you to sightsee a number of iconic sites in the city, from the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, to the Bird Sanctuary, the First Nations University of Canada, Pine Island, Saskatchewan Science Centre and more - in style of course.  

On these Segway tours, you will glide through Wascana Park in less time you would spend walking all the while learning about the rich history and wildlife preservation initiatives of Wascana Park in a fun, unique way. We like the sound of that!

Segways are referred to as robots as they “ride itself.” No balance, coordination, or experience necessary. Simply step on and the Segway balances for you. To ride, it’s as easy as leaning forward to go and standing upright to stop. There are always friendly staff there on hand to help you on your way too!

Tours are offered 7 days per week~ rain or shine until mid-October 2017.  So why not jump on board and spend the day with Regina Rolling Robot Tours and see for yourself why people keep going back!

Let's ride!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $45 for 45 minutes / $75 for 90 minutes

Children: Same as adult


Need a little extra help?

Just speak to staff if you have any questions, but you do need to be able to stand and hold yourself on the Segway to ride


When can we go?

You select a scheduled time when you book!

7 days a week until mid-October!


I’m Hungry!

Grab something to eat before or after your experience on the Segway so you can take all in the sites with a happy tummy!

Healthy Eating

It's a good idea to take a bottle of water with you, and if the kids get hungry quickly, pop a healthy snack in there too - one that can be eaten easily! - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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