The Royal Saskatchewan Museum, (formerly the Museum of Natural History), is a fascinating place to visit in Regina.
The exhibits are beautifully done and the background murals are of the first order. You can even say hi to a scaled-down model of the T-Rex dinosaur!
My favourite walking exhibit begins with the depiction of the beginning of life on earth, with displays from every era until humans evolved. Then, it's on to the First Nations display, with all it's interesting history. And, the coolest thing about many of the displays is that they are open air, and not behind glass.
This museum is built from locally quarried tyndalstone, and when viewed from the outside, many fossils can be seen in the stonework.
One of the most interesting places to see in Regina, and it's located at the far north-west corner of Wascana Park, the largest inner-city park in North America, that is also home to the Provincial Legislature.
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