Regina is the capital city of the province of Saskatchewan in Canada. The city is the second largest in the province and the centre for culture and commerce for southern Saskatchewan. The city’s economy is based on oil and natural gas, potash, kaolin, sodium sulphite, and bentonite, as well as agricultural produce, which has been the mainstay of the economy since the city’s incorporation. Regina has been named among the best mid-sized Canadian cities in which to live. Book cheap flights to Regina by calling Travel Center UK today! Our team of experienced travel experts is equipped to give you the best deals on cheap flights to Regina. Regina is one of the stopping points on the Trans-Canada Highway. Visitors to Regina will see the Wascana Centre, Victoria Park, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, the Roman Catholic Cathedral, and a few other attractions. The city of Regina is served by the Regina International Airport and we have teamed up with world-class airlines to ensure that you travel in safety and comfort to this exciting destination in Canada. Contact us today and ask us about cheap flights to Regina, and whether you are on business or on holiday to Regina, we have flights that match your needs. Book cheap flights to Regina over the phone and get personalised service. You will also get specialised services such as finding the cheapest rates owning to price fluctuations and advice on the best time for booking.
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The Saskatchewan Legislative Building is located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and houses the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.
Wascana Centre (formally established in 1962) is a 9.3 square kilometre (2,300 acre) park built around Wascana Lake in Regina, Saskatchewan. It brings together lands and buildings owned by the City of Regina, University of Regina, and Province of Saskatchewan, each of which is represented on the board of directors, and contains government, recreational, cultural, educational and environmental facilities.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum was established in Regina as the Provincial Museum in 1906 to "secure and preserve natural history specimens and objects of historical and ethnological interest.
The MacKenzie Art Gallery, originally the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, is located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The MacKenzie Art Gallery has over 100,000 square feet of space, with eight galleries totaling 24,000 square feet.
Discovery Centre is an interactive science museum located in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is owned and operated as a not-for-profit charitable organization.
Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan, was constructed as a residence for the Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, whose territorial headquarters were in Regina until the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta were created out of the Territories in 1905 and Regina became the capital of Saskatchewan.
The Regina Floral Conservatory, in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, is a conservatory operated by volunteers of the Regina Garden Associates with support from the city of Regina.
The RCMP Heritage Centre (French: Le Centre du patrimoine de la GRC) is a museum located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is owned and operated by an independent nonprofit organization called the Mounted Police Heritage Centre and receives annual funding from all three levels of government. The Centre showcases a number of exhibits featuring the collection of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and these artifacts remain property of the RCMP.
Victoria Park is a public park in the centre of downtown Regina. Originally a treeless square that was set aside in 1883, it was renamed after Queen Victoria in 1907.
Casino Regina is a casino located on Saskatchewan Drive — till recently South Railway Street — in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates in the city's former union station, a Tyndall and ashlar stone structure completed in 1912.