Escape Manor is the perfect venue to handle any and all of your entertainment needs. Escape Manor has hosted some of Canada's most recognized brands such as Shopify, Bank of Montreal, TD Bank, Government of Canada for superior team building and coaching outings.
Fairchild Park is centrally located within Harbour Landing and nestled right next to the elementary school. This park’s design is for children of all ages and includes a multi-purpose athletic field with portable soccer nets, a large playground and a pathway to the Creek. The park is complete with a full-size outdoor rink for the winter months and two basketball courts inside the rink for use during the summer months.
Jean Craig in wagon pulled by turkeys, ca. 1915 The display, developed through a partnership with the Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society (SHFS) and the University of Saskatchewan, features selected photos from the collection along with information designed to inspire people to reflect on the past.
Princess Elizabeth immediately acceded to the throne, becoming Queen Elizabeth II and taking on all of the responsibilities which came with her new title. Later in the year, the date was set for the Coronation at Westminster Abbey and preparations began for the spectacular ceremony.
Lakeshore Park Totem Pole The Totem Pole, located in Lakeshore Park within Wascana Centre, was a gift to Saskatchewan from the British Columbia government in 1971. It commemorates the centenary of the union, July 20, 1871, of the province of British Columbia with the Dominion Canada. The Saskatchewan totem pole is one of 12 presented to Canadian Centres.
© 2011 MacKenzie Art Gallery. The MyMacKenzie app and the new mackenzieartgallery.ca are funded in part by the Canadian Interactive Fund at Canadian Heritage. Le MyMacKenzie app et le nouveau mackenzieartgallery.ca sont financés en partie dans le cadre du Fonds interactif du Canada de Patrimoine Canadien.
Museums Association of Saskatchewan is a non-profit, collective organization of over 200 member museums and a total membership of over 400 (including individuals and associates), with the goal of serving museums in Saskatchewan and working for their advancement.
Norseman Park is located at 5288 Crane Crescent, Regina, SK - S4W 0C6. Besides this park, there are thirty-four more parks listed in Regina. There's also twenty-six attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Norseman Park on the map bellow. Use the Direction tab to find driving directions to this park.
Cue the lights and waterworks: Windsor's famed Peace Fountain is ready for summer. The Charlie Brooks Memorial Peace Fountain in Coventry Gardens began its operating season on Thursday. Automated performances of the fountain's water jets and coloured lights happen from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.
The Queen Elizabeth II Gardens highlight an impressive view of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. Designed initially by landscape architect Fredrick Todd and architects Edward and W.S. Maxwell, and later altered by Thomas Mawson, the Legislative grounds include paths, gardens, recreational spaces and walkways.
The Regina Floral Conservatory is operated and maintained by volunteers of the Regina Garden Associates in partnership with the City of Regina. Our Floral Display is Regina’s premiere indoor green space! Our displays change regularly to offer visitors the opportunity to experience both a tropical and seasonal environment.
Regina Rolling Robot Tours (RRR Tours) is the only Segway tour company in Regina. Seways are a safe, easy, and fun alternative to walking, which makes their guided tours an awesome family activity for anyone between the ages of 12-75 years old. 90 minute tours offered 7 days per week with 2 - 6 customers at a time.
Speakers' Corner In the southwest corner of Wascana Park an historical link with the past was officially dedicated on April 12, 1966. Speakers' Corner was dedicated to the people of Saskatchewan by the Earl Mountbatten, Admiral of the Fleet of Burma during World War II.
Honouring Tree The Honouring Tree is a public art and diversity legacy community project initiated by the Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum board and membership as part of the 2010 Centennial Celebrations to commemorate the 1910 settlement of people with African ancestry in Regina (and Saskatchewan as a whole).
Trafalgar Fountain The Trafalgar Fountain located in Wascana Centre was originally one of a pair designed by Sir Charles Barry, R.A., architect of the British Houses of Parliament. These fountains played in Trafalgar Square, in London, England from 1845 to 1939, when they were removed to make way for larger fountains.
Walter Scott was the first premier of Saskatchewan who chose Regina to serve as the province’s capital and oversaw the construction of the Legislative Building. The bronze Walter Scott memorial statue was created by Shirley and Don Begg of Cochrane, Alberta.
About the Bandstand. Open air Victorian-style wooden gazebo structure; Located in close proximity to Wascana Pool and a children’s play structure; A central hub for outdoor summer activity; Parking is available along College Avenue, Ramsey Drive and Wascana Drive where indicated by signs; There is no vehicle access to the bandstand; Power is not provided.
Waterfowl Park Display Ponds is home to Wascana Centre's injured and captive waterfowl including geese, ducks, pelicans and swans. The public are welcome to stop by to learn about and feed the birds in this location throughout the summer months. Display panels assist visitors in identifying and studying the waterfowl.