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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.
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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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 free admission stuffed animals couple of hours gift shop great displays take your time wascana park great visit great for kids well worth the visit interactive displays
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
I really enjoyed the museum. I took my time, reading 90% of the information. It took about 2.5 hours to get the full experience. Very friendly staff. Im really impressed by the quality and presentation here.
I love this natural history museum. It is educational and thought provoking. The static displays of western praries are so realistic you could be standing in the midst of the animals. Bird calls add to the atmosphere. The only things missing are brisk prarie winds...More
This is a wonderful Museum with lots to see and learn. Great place for everyone to visit and some exhibits are interactive. This a great place for schools to visit and learn. It is always fun to see the dinosaurs especially Mega Munch on his...More
The exhibits at the museum were very cool with lots of information written throughout. Entry fee is by donation and you can definitely spend hours exploring depending on how much of the information you read.
Lots of interesting exhibits always trying to get fresh ideas. I believe the big dinosaur bones is not just bones anymore. My daughter in her 30's and my granddaughter who is just 7 both enjoy the museum very much. They go every couple of months...More