From learning about the region's history at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, to taking in a show at the Regina Globe Theatre, Regina wows. The MacKenzie Art Gallery is well worth a visit, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Heritage Centre details all you need to know about the Mounties – Canada's federal police force. Needless to say, you won't have a hard time finding something that interests you here. And if partying is your jam, make your way to one of the pubs in the happening Warehouse District. Or, if you wish to chill with a book and cup of coffee, check out the cafes in the Cathedral Area. If all this sightseeing sounds like it could get pricey, then don't worry – deals on Regina hotels are always available.
Festivals and Events
The Regina Farmers' Market is held on select days from mid-Spring through mid-autumn, and offers everything from bison meat to fresh fruit. The RCMP Sergeant Major's Parade is held year-round on weekdays just before 1pm, and includes quite a fascinating march. Additionally, annual events like the Regina Folk Festival in August and Ice and Fire Festival in February are a ton of fun.
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Accommodation in Regina
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The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina, at 1975 Broad St, or the Delta Hotels by Marriott Regina, at 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, are brimming with opulence and splendor. If you want your money to go further, consider the Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection, at 2125 Victoria Ave, or the Homesuites by d3h, located at 3841 Eastgate Drive.