Attractions

Top Choice Nature Reserve in Saskatoon

Meewasin Valley

The Meewasin Valley, formed by the South Saskatchewan's wide swath through the center of town, is named for the Cree word for 'beautiful'. Mature trees populate the riverbanks, while sections of the 60km Meewasin Tr…
Top Choice Museum in Saskatoon

Western Development Museum

The flagship Saskatoon branch of the province's Western Development Museum is a faithful re-creation of Saskatoon the boom town, c 1910. Inside Canada's longest indoor street, you can roam through the town's many bu…
Top Choice Tunnel in Moose Jaw

Tunnels of Moose Jaw

Buried deep under the town's streets is a series of passages that have a tragic and fascinating history. Take a tour and learn about the hardship and discrimination heaped upon Chinese workers on their 'Passage to F…
Top Choice Notable Building in Regina

Provincial Legislature

Escaping significant damage from the devastating tornado in its year of completion (1912), the arresting 'Leg,' nestled in Wascana Centre's leafy embrace, stands as a proud symbol to the people of Regina. Ponder the…
Top Choice Historic Site in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

Fort Walsh National Historic Site

Amid rolling prairies is this interesting historic site. Established in 1875 and operational for eight years, this outpost had a small yet significant role in the history of the west. After the battle of Custer's La…
Historic Site in Saskatchewan

Batoche National Historic Site

A virtual civil war was fought here in 1885 when Louis Riel led the Métis in defending their land from the government. Once-prosperous Batoche was devastated and within a few years almost nothing was left except for…
National Park in Val Marie

Grasslands National Park

Grasslands National Park is a sprawling place of isolation and beauty, where treeless hills meet the endless sky. The visitor center is an essential port of call for advice on where to camp and how best to experienc…
Park in Regina

Wascana Centre

The geographic and cultural center of Regina, this sprawling public nature haven has miles of lakeside walking trails and is home to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Saskatchewan War Memorial and Saskatchewan Science …
Park in Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park

A forested sanctuary of lakes, untouched land and wildlife, this park puts the 'wild' back into 'wilderness.' Outdoor activities such as canoeing, hiking and camping are at their shining best. Indeed, there is a mul…
Museum in Regina

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The Royal provides a great insight into the people and geography that make up Saskatchewan. Three galleries focus on earth and life sciences and aboriginal history. Prairie dioramas tell the story of the native flor…