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City Travel Guide - Regina
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"With so much to offer in history, culture, and urban sophistication, Regina is the perfect choice, any time of year."
Regina Tourism

Regina has long been known for its rich cultural life. Supported in part by the excellent fine arts program at the University of Regina, the city has many galleries and museums. The Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery features many well-known and respected international artists, as well as extensive outreach programs to bring art into everyday life. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum houses an impressive amount of collections dealing with the area's natural history, and the lives and traditions of First Nations people.

Visitors flock in by the tens of thousands to gamble at Casino Regina, see a show at Saskatchewan Centre for the Arts, or simply relax and enjoy themselves in one of the areas many fine restaurants. The beautiful Wascana Park is a green oasis in the middle of the city. 2,300 acres of tree-lined walkways around the lovely Wascana Lake and accompanying marshlands. Many of the city's oldest buildings are scattered throughout the park, and there is a year-round schedule of events.

Regina celebrates its multiculturalism with the annual MOSAIC festival, held in June, it features the music, food, and customs of over 20 different cultures. The Regina International Children's Festival is another annual event, featuring the best in children's entertainment from all over the world that will delight young and old alike. Reginans love their sports, and fans of the Saskatchewan Roughriders are no exception. Affectionally known as 'Melonheads' for their penchant of wearing hollowed-out watermelons on their heads, they cheer their heroes on in any weather, at historic Taylor Field.