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Since 1906. Explore Saskatchewan and your world - the past, the present, and the future - as never before. We are a natural history museum offering life and earth sciences, as well as aboriginal history.
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Royal Saskatchewan Museum 2445 Albert St | College Ave. and Albert St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4W7, Canada
All reviews first nations natural history t rex all ages suggested donation two floors stuffed animals great place to learn entry fee couple of hours gift shop great displays wascana park well worth the visit interactive displays visiting regina dinosaurs
We have visited the museum for the kids story time in the paleopit. An employee reads books and then there is a craft after. There is a little play area and then you can wander the museum afterwards. There is a nice little gift shop...More
I really enjoyed exploring the Royal Saskatchewan museum as it offered a wide variety of historical perspectives on the long history of our prairie lands. From dinosaurs to the history of our indigenous people it is a visit everyone should experience. The curator is also...More
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is always an entertaining place to have a family outing especially with children. It's a learning experience and just overall fun. At the moment they are undergoing some construction but that is in preparation to house Scotty the dinosaur which they...More
Very well done museum. Great exhibits on the geology, biology, paleontology and first nations history in Saskatchewan. Interesting for people of all ages. Could use some more interactive exhibits, especially for the kids. Parking can be an issue in the summer especially.
This is a great place to learn more about our Saskatchewan history. It's a great place to go on a date or bring your family. The exhibits change from time to time so it's always great to go back to see what's new.
Decided to check this out on advice from a local and it was decent. The place is free will offering to enter so that makes it worthwhile. There are two floors with exhibits and I would say the upper floor is the better of the...More