Regina Plains Museum

Description

The Regina Plains Museum has preserved the civic history of Regina through programs, activities, collections and exhibits for over 50 years. The social, economic, and cultural artifacts include a locomotive, historic tools and equipment from the local police and hospital, and Jacqueline Berting's Glass Wheatfield sculpture. Adults, students, and visitors alike can enjoy the permanent and traveling exhibits telling the community's story.

Address

1835 Scarth Street
Saskatchewan, Canada S4P 2G9

Lat/Long

50.44954200, -104.61047900
Visit Website
306-780-9435

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