Royal Saskatchewan Museum
The long Tyndall limestone building houses a superb natural history museum. The Life Sciences Gallery features dioramas that depict the wildlife of Saskatchewan. Exhibits in the Earth Sciences Gallery showcase dinosaurs and woolly mammoths, volcanoes and glaciers from the province's geological beginnings to the appearance of mankind in Saskatchewan. Finally, the First Nations Gallery charts the history of the native cultures through their art and artefacts.
Address:2445 Albert Street, S4P 4W7 Regina
9.30am-5pm - closed 25 Dec