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Saskatchewan Legislative Building
Interesting and informative tours of the Legislative Building are offered in both English and French 362 days a year. These informative tours are scheduled on the half hour and last for 30 minutes. Visitor Services staff can answer inquiries related to the Legislative Building and provide information, brochures, directions and maps to visitors and tourists.
The Queen Elizabeth II Gardens
The Queen Elizabeth II Gardens offer a colourful display of flowers to enjoy throughout the spring and summer months. Approximately 25,000 annuals are planted in the garden.
The Waterfowl Park Display Pond
Home to Wascana Centre’s injured and captive waterfowl including geese, ducks, pelicans and swans. The public are welcome to stop by to learn about and feed the birds in this location throughout the summer months. Display panels assist visitors in identifying and studying the waterfowl.
Habitat Conservation Area
The Habitat Conservation Area is a 23-acre site within Wascana Centre that has been set aside specifically for wildlife as a nature reserve. You can use the self-guided brochure to discover this area of the park. Trail markers guide you along this fascinating one hour walking trail.
In 2004, this area was transformed into an island with a beautiful waterfall cascading over the old bridge abutment with an overlook above the waterfall and a judging area for competitions. You will find lots of Canadian Geese and their goslings there!
First Nations University of Canada
Its the only First Nations controlled university in Canada! FNUniv is open to the public and offers self-guided information sheets that provides interesting facts and information about the building itself. You’ll learn about FNUniv’s history, the breathtaking building, and their one-of-a-kind university programs that specializes in Indigenous knowledge.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
Science Centre outdoor playground is great for all ages!
Royal Saskatchewan Museum
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum houses three main galleries: the Life Sciences Gallery highlights Saskatchewan’s ecological regions and their native animals, birds, fish, and insects; the First Nations Gallery celebrates 12,000 years of Aboriginal history and culture in the province, and presents a unique selection of artworks and artifacts; and the Earth Sciences Gallery details the prehistoric and geologic history of Saskatchewan. Each gallery offers colourful dioramas, murals, displays, hands-on exhibits, and interactive-learning stations.