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The urban bustle of the prairies, Regina offers many ways to have fun! Visit a real-life castle, take a walk in the park, or brush up on your history knowledge. Here are our top ways to spend time in Regina.
If you can't visit medieval castles in Europe, you can visit this medieval-looking fortress in Regina. With imported ancient limestone, lavish furnishings, and oil paintings, you will believe you have been transported back in time. The original Stone Hall castle was built by Francis Nicholson for his wife when their original home was damaged in a devastating cyclone. His wife was so distressed she pleaded for him to build a fortress that could withstand the storms of the prairies, thus the fortress we see today was built. Definitely a must-see in Regina, as decided by the Swoop team.
Sporting its 120-hectare lake, Wascana Centre Park is a beautiful place for a walk, surrounded by historically signifigant buildings and up kept with beautiful gardens. This is the perfect place to clear your mind and enjoy your surroundings!
A mini-tropical getaway, the Regina Floral Conservatory houses tropical plants and trees, even featuring a Koi pond. Perfect for a day trip with the family, or friends to appreciate the beauty of nature, and transport yourself to the tropics.
Every Wednesday & Saturday from 9 am - 1 pm, either indoors or outdoors depending on the weather, the Regina farmer's market is filled with locally made goodies. Baked goods, jewelry, honey, candles and so, so much more! This market is surely one to check out if you want good quality products made with care. Find out more about times and locations for when you plan to travel, here.
A natural history museum where you can explore exhibits such as the T Rex gallery, or the First Nations exhibit. There is always fun in learning something new, and dinosaurs are pretty cool if you ask us. If you want to learn some fun facts about earth sciences to show off at your next cocktail party or dinner with your in-laws, this is a good place to start!
Author: Mikayla Van Gent