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Why not be creative with your vacation plans this year and look for cheap flights to Regina, capital of Saskatchewan. This is a fascinating city in the midst of the prairies and perfect for a weekend or longer holiday. There is a lot to see and do here and some really unique experiences.
Regina is home to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A visit to the RCMP Heritage Centre is a must do in this interesting city. The Sunset Retreat Ceremony is highly recommended and very special to see. Visitors to Regina can also visit a working cattle ranch at Beaver Creek. For outdoor enthusiasts the kite boarding facilities are some of the best around and a wonderful and unusual experience.
Visitors touring Regina can see the Government House and also the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. The Hotel Saskatchewan is where Queen Elizabeth and the Royal Family stay when in town. There really is a lot to see in this lovely city and Flighthub has the best deals to consider.
Other interesting places to see in the Regina area are the Southern Prairie Railway where the train journey is as it would have been in the 1920’s. Wascana Park is one of the largest urban parks in North America and a beautiful place to take a walk whilst in Regina. If all of this hasn't tempted you to start looking for cheap flights to Regina then the culinary experiences in the city will have you booking that ticket. The Regina Farmer’s market is one of the best in Canada and has a wide range of local specialties on sale and for tasting. One of the most unique experiences in Regina is a pitchfork fondue. This is a fascinating experience where an old iron cooker and pitchfork can combine to provide an interesting feast. Regina is also full of good restaurants serving regional specialties and international cuisine. There is plenty to choose from and in a city where there are lots of cinemas and theaters this is a place to enjoy and remember.
Saskatchewan Legislative Building
A visit to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in on the waterfront in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada will give you a tour of the law making process of the province. Seven days a week there are free tours for the general public and school groups. They begin every half hour during the operating times of the building: 8am to 5pm during the winter and 8am to 9pm during the summer. Individual visitors can drop by but groups should book ahead.
MacKenzie Art Gallery
The MacKenzie Art Gallery is located in Regina, Saskatchewan on Albert Street. The gallery is open seven days a week but hours change on weekends and holidays, so be sure to check before visiting. Admission is free most of the time; occasionally a special exhibit will be showing that will ask for a cover charge. Free parking is available and the entire gallery is wheelchair accessible.
RCMP Heritage Centre
The RCMP, or Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Heritage Centre is located on Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is open to the public seven days a week from 10am to 5pm during the winter and a few hours longer during the summer. Admission for adults is $12; students and seniors can get in for $10 and an even deeper discount applies to RCMP employees and veterans.Source