Fun Frugal Summer Activities in Regina

If you have company coming, or you are visiting the Queen City and looking for things to do, we have ideas! Kristina has put together a list of things to do in Regina that are affordable and fun.

(I’ve checked out a few and especially love the Wascana parkrun. Our friend Dr. Craig Herrington is the co-founder with Karen Lawson. Every Saturday morning a community of people gather together and walk or jog the route led by volunteers. I’ve met people visiting from England and Australia on these walks. Let me know if you go and I’ll meet you there!)

Here’s our list of Fun Frugal Summer Activities in Regina:


Wascana parkrun – Regina

Free weekly 5km times run/walk

Saturdays 9:00am


RSM Royal Saskatchewan Museum – Regina

Scotty, the most massive T-Rex in the world is on display

Admission by donation


Wascana Pool – Regina

Free admission between 12-8pm until pool closes September 8, 2019.


City of Regina Spray pads

No admission charge

List of spray pads


Summer Walking Tours (Guided Tours) – Regina

Approx. 2 hours – free (suggested donation of $10)


Heritage Walking Tours (Self-guided) – Regina


Maps & history can be printed off website for your walk.


Government House – Regina

Free Admission   Monday to Sunday 9-5pm

Guided & self-guided tours of gardens & house


MacKenzie Art Gallery

Suggested Donation $10


MacKenzie Art Gallery- Explore the Outdoor Sculpture Garden -Wascana Centre

No Admission, self-guided


Outdoor Animal Sculptures – Regina

No admission, self-guided


 Regina Rolling Robot Tours

Tours of Wascana Centre