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Things to do in Regina with kids

Regina is a city that rises up from those beautiful prairie landscapes, so it’s incredibly close to the beautiful Saskatchewan natur...

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Super fun segway tours in Regina for those kids over 12 years - a great way to see the city too!

Since 1906. Explore Saskatchewan and your world - the past, the present, and the future - as never before. We are a natural history museum offering life and earth sciences, as well as aboriginal history.

Bouncing fun for those active kids with indoor inflatable bouncers - and the first indoor inflatable jump playroom in Regina!

The Science Centres first attraction, the Powerhouse of Discovery, features hands-on science exhibits and live stage shows and demonstrations. In April of 1991 the Saskatchewan Science Centre opened its second attraction, the Kramer IMAX Theatre, bui....

With over 58 corporately owned locations in North America (and more than 125 worldwide), Laser Quest is live action laser tag at its best! All of our locations in Canada and the U.S. are multi-level and no two locations are the same.

Fenek Farms is a great Canadian venue for school trips and birthday parties, even camping!

Charming family fun at Pumpkin Hollow with petting farms, hay rides and a corn maze! Fall fun in Saskatchewan!

Last Mountain house was constructed in 1869 by the Hudson's Bay Company for two reasons: competition was moving in, and the buffalo herds were moving southwest. Come see the reconstructed buildings and fur trade displays. Interpretive staff on site....

Located 45 km northwest of Regina on the south end of Last Mountain Lake, Regina Beach Recreation Site boasts one of the best beaches in all of southern Saskatchewan. Visitors to this popular sun spot enjoy a first-class change house, swimming area ....

Cradled in the hills of southern Saskatchewan there exists a splendid example of early 20th century industrialism. The Claybank Brick Plant remains frozen in time, virtually unchanged from the day it opened in 1914.

The Moose Jaw Trolley Company offers a guided historic tour* of Moose Jaw. Our tour guides will point out and provide details on historic homes and businesses, interesting facts and legends, and tour you through exquisite parkland.

Get ready to be amazed! Saskatchewan may be many things - but boring - it is not. And we can prove it! Test your knowledge with our SK Challenge, view our SK Resources (including SK timeline.

Bootleggers, prohibition, mobsters...what a history! Moose Jaw has some amazing secrets, and the tunnels are ready to be explored!

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park pays tribute to its past use as a hunting grounds by maintaining a herd of plains bison in a hillside paddock. But today, the focus of this park 20 minutes northeast of Moose Jaw is memorable getaways for fun-seekers a....

Large open scale museum focusing on the 1920s pioneer experience, via railway trip, vintage village and thousands of examples of antique machinery and farm equipment are also on display.

The Carlton Trail and a telegraph line passed through this post making it an integral part of the network of posts, trails and communication systems which developed in the province in the 19th century. Today only the cellar depressions of the post an....

Situated 100 km northwest of Moose Jaw on the Qu'Appelle arm of 225-km long Lake Diefenbaker, Douglas park represents a wonderland of water-based recreational opportunities including swimming, sailing, boating, skiing, windsurfing and angling - the l....

A small leisure water park including wave pool, waterslide, lane pool and more.waterslide, lane pool.

Fresh air, blue skies and bacon crackling in the skillet as the morning sun drives the shadows out of Fish Creek Campground. Wrap your hands around that warm cup of coffee, take a deep breath and savour the feeling of waking up to nature instead of ....

A society built on Victorian social values, complete with fox hunts, dramatics societies, poetry clubs, croquet, cricket and tennis ... all supported by an agricultural economy. This was the dream of British settlers who homesteaded southeast of the ....

With kilometres of unspoiled beaches and countless recreational opportunities on a lake that's 225 km long, Danielson Provincial Park is a great place to revel in the warm splendours of summer.

Slides for all ages in Saskatchewan, from the Free Fall, Twister and the Double Bonzai slides to The Kiddie Slides! With a play areathat includes a jungle gym, slides, swings, sandbox, and a treehouse too!

Come visit us for some fun for the whole family! You can find us at White Bear Lake Resort, 11 km south of Kenosee on Highway 9. Serving the Moose Mountain region for more than 20 years, we are proud to offer a variety of entertainment and eating opt....

Pike Lake is a recreation park characterized by aspen, poplar and Manitoba maple groves; manicured lawns with two picnic areas close to the main beach; desert-like sand dunes a short hike away and a popular outdoor pool with a waterslide.

Open during summer, this railway museum has an impressive collection of railcars, memorabilia and railway buildings!

The WDM has been the museum of social and economic history for the Province of Saskatchewan for over 60 years.

The Forestry Farm Park was started in 1913 and officially opened in 1914. The Farm was dedicated to the propagation and production of trees from the prairie environment. The site was known as the Dominion Forest Nursery Station, a branch of the Ind....

Free that summertime spirit with a little windsurfing, water skiing, sailing, fishing, swimming, boating or hiking. Or slay those winter blues with some invigorating cross-country skiing.

Fort Carlton Provincial Park takes you back in time to the rugged, adventurous days of the fur trade before Canada was a country. This is the original site of a Hudson’s Bay Company fur-trading post that operated between 1810 and 1885.

Overlooking the South Saskatchewan River, the Mendel Art Gallery is Saskatoons premier destination for contemporary and historical art, with exhibitions changing quarterly.In addition to exploring exhibitions and associated public programs, spend tim....

Two stories of play structure, with toddler area, arcade, and even lazer tag for those active kids wanting indoor pay in Saskatchewan!

Let the breeze off vast Lake Diefenbaker clear your mind and invigorate your body at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.

Relax on a spacious beach with the warm summer sun caressing your face; photograph autumn's play of light on a rare patch of fescue prairie; glide on skis through a wintry white forest; or trek beside a marigold-gilded creek with mullet spawning belo....

Enjoy the natural beauty of Batoche along our system of walking trails. Available in the visitor centre, the South Saskatchewan Meander guiding pamphlet provides background information about the natural history of the area.

Cumberland House Provincial Park is the site of the first inland Hudson's Bay Company post and the oldest village in the province. Today, the only visible remnant of the post is the thick, stone-walled, 1890s powder house, which was used for storing....

A brilliant museum for kids in Saskatchewan with exhibits on those amazing creatures - dinosaurs!

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