Regina, also known as the Queen City, is the capital city of Saskatchewan. It offers residents and tourists a rich culture and is full of interesting history. It is known for its art spaces and museums but most importantly, it has a lively and postcard-worthy natural backdrop for your leisure walks or hikes.

As a tourist, it is important to note that visiting Regina in the summer will allow you to experience most of what the city has to offer. That’s why the team at GoodDoors Property Management, we have put together a list of fantastic activities to enjoy while spending the summer in the Queen City.

Summer Night Market

The Regina Farmers’ Market is a popular venue for locals and tourists alike. When you go to the Summer Night Market, you can interact directly with local producers that make, bake, grow, and design products in Saskatchewan with the goal of representing the city and province’s booming diversity.

Running from July until the end of August, the Market Under the Stars is Regina’s best night market where you can truly soak up the city’s dynamic atmosphere and buy local products under a blanket of stars.

The glow of Saskatchewan’s world-famous sunsets gives a magical glow to the live music venues at the market that invite you to dance with your friends.

If you want to find your center and your vibe is all about being in the present, you can enjoy outdoor yoga classes. And if you consider yourself a foodie, the varied local culinary options are endless and are a great addition to your exploration of Regina.

Regina International Fringe Theatre Festival

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind experience and top-tier entertainment, the Regina International Fringe Theatre Festival is a must-see! From dance and comedy to cabarets and drama, the Fringe has it all!
taken from the perspective of the audience various silhouettes of audience members wait for the red curtain to open on stage
People young and old are able to enjoy the wide array of performances on stage at the Fringe. Most performances are an hour long and have casts of all sizes. Amateurs and professionals come together to showcase their work and celebrate theatre.

Tickets for each show are sold separately, so you can choose your own theatre adventure while exploring many of Regina’s best venues and witnessing performances by local and international artists.

Regina Folk Fest

After taking advantage of Regina's many film festivals and the Fringe Theatre Festival, you can get ready to enjoy the Regina Folk Fest which is usually scheduled for the second weekend in August. This is a music festival held in Victoria Park that lasts for three nights and two days.

The music festival offers free concerts during the day. What makes the Regina Folk Fest popular is the combination of folk music and the scenery in one of Regina’s most beautiful parks.
a deejay in a blue hat prepares for a set at the regina folk fest
Folk Fest performers are a mix of local and international bands and musical artists. If you want to learn some new music, you can do so by joining private workshop sessions hosted by musicians. The Regina Folk Fest is also kid-friendly and there are shows dedicated for young audiences.

Downtown Regina 1912 Cyclone Tour

While it’s not the oldest city in Canada, Regina has a rich history that visitors and residents are able to interact with. One of the most popular heritage walking tours in Regina focuses on the 1912 Cyclone.

On this tour, you’ll see the site of what was one of the most destructive natural disasters in Regina. The 1912 Cyclone caused property damage, claimed lives, and left hundreds injured.

You can spend the day learning about what transpired before, during and after the cyclone that wreaked havoc in downtown Regina. Photos of the cyclone’s aftermath are also available in the exhibit.

Cathedral Walking Tour

One of Regina’s most memorable sites is the Holy Church Cathedral which was completed in 1913. If you want to learn more about this historic landmark, check out the Cathedral Walking Tour! On this tour, you’ll be able to see the two Holy Church Cathedral Towers, a 1930 pipe organ, and 33 stained glass wonders which were added to the cathedral in the 1950s.

Regina Rolling Robot Tours

If you’re looking to bond with your family and enjoy an unconventional tour of Regina that even your young children can enjoy, the Regina Robot Tours is perfect for you! This robot tour takes you around the picturesque Wascana Marsh or Lake.
two children in blue jeans and white tee shirts help a third child ride a segway on a wooden path
The whole experience itself is safe, easy and a whole lot of fun! The tour is 60 minutes long so you will have plenty of time to take photos that commemorate the experience.

Bottom Line

Regina Saskatchewan has a great deal to offer with different activities that take you back in time, make you enjoy the present, and allow you to think about what is to come. From self-guided tours to walking tours and experiencing the culture through dance, music and food, Regina Saskatchewan is the place to be. If you're looking for even more adventure, you can explore campsites near Regina as well!

As a community-centred business, GoodDoors Property Management has dedicated itself to supporting property owners and landlords in the Regina area. Reach out to us today to learn more about our services!