Are you thinking of where to visit and how to entertain your kids during this March break?
Well good news for those living in the Regina area, the capital city of Saskatchewan offers you varieties of places your kids will cherish for a very long time. Regina is right in the middle of the Canadian prairies. Sounds beautiful, right?
Here there is something to do for every season. From man made lakes to vast landscapes, Regina has got what it takes to make your March break worthwhile.
Let’s take a look at some of the exciting places, shall we?
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Who says you can’t mix fun with education? The Royal Saskatchewan Museum is a combination of fun and knowledge. It is a beautiful place to visit; your kids can have fun while learning the history of Southern Saskatchewan, dinosaurs, prairie wildlife, or Native Americans. The moving dinosaurs will get your kids excited for weeks!
Another beautiful place to visit with your kids is the Wascana Centre. The centre is known internationally as the beautifully landscaped park surrounding a 120-hectare lake situated in the in the heart of the city of Regina. There are activities to keep you and your family occupied all year round. If you are a new landlord or tenant in Saskatchewan, there are several activities you can indulge your family to make the new move exciting.
Wascana centre has everything; culture, nature, history, people, animals, fun, serenity and lots more. There are also important buildings such as government office buildings, legislative building, and even the MacKenzie Art Gallery, just to name a few. The centre is the definition of versatility; no matter what your family is interested in, Wascana Centre has got you covered.
Regina Farmers’ Market
Have fun with the kids by visiting Regina Farmers’ Market; you will get exceptional handmade quality products from the locals. There are a lot of baked, handmade, grown or designed goods in Saskatchewan. Give your kids the opportunity meet the traders and learn one or two things about business and bargaining strategies.
Your tummy will not be disappointed by the fresh vegetables, homemade cookies, delicious baking organic vegetables and best of all, you get to interact with the owners and growers of your vegetables.
If you are looking for some healthy treats, Regina Farmer’s Market is the best place to visit.
Kiwanis Waterfall Park
The Kiwanis Waterfall Park is a small but beautiful park where you and your family can spend your day. It is an excellent place for picnics. The kids can enjoy the play structure and there are lots of swinging and climbing pieces available while you enjoy the beauty of the waterfall and the bridge. So, check out the Kiwanis Waterfall Park if you are looking for something beautiful, peaceful and scenic.
Regina Floral Conservatory
The Regina Floral Conservatory is simply nature at its best; if you want a breath of fresh air and a cool place to spend the day with the kids, the Regina Floral Conservatory is a place you need. You can have a tour with the kids; let them see the beauty of nature. The care and attention given to the plants and flowers are fascinating.