This museum is so well done. You could spend hours in there just wandering, looking and reading the information in the displays. The artwork and placement of the displays are top notch!
Live very close. Good venue for those interested in natural history. Great for young kids. Teenagers would get very bored very quickly. They do have special events and do add things on a regular basis.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum provides a comprehensive view of the province's natural history and its inhabitants. The section on geology and land formation, ice ages and so forth, are very well done and captivate even someone who isn't particularly interested in the subject. The section on animals, both prehistoric and present, is life-like and instructive. The visitor also gets a... More
The kids had a lot of fun. I thought it was really interesting. It's not very big but very nice for a city of this size.
We loved learning about the different areas of Saskatchewan and it was so easy to learn and to enjoy. Just the displays themselves told the story of flora and fauna. A must see for anyone going to Regina and it is free plus donation.
Three areas and all of them are excellent! We got a real education on the geography of this part of the world. The presentation on First Nation People and the animals of Canada are very educational. All displays are top quality and the organization within each area is phenomenal!
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is an interesting place for people of all ages. Kids love it and adults enjoy it too. Whether you enjoy learning about native culture or find various species of wildlife and birds more to your liking, this place will satisfy. The art work backing the exhibits is very good. It makes a small space into a... More
This museum is located within walking distance of the Legislature and well worth visiting. The displays are realistic, comprehensive, and the museum is clean,.... no smudge marks on the glass. Not congested and a family favourite. Free admission - funded by donations. Drinks not allowed, but you can leave them at the front desk for retrieval later.
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