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14 Places To Bring Someone Who's Never Been To Regina

There's a first time for everything!

Regina isn't exactly the biggest tourist destination, nowhere in the prairies really is, so there are still lots of people who've never been here! So let's show them a good time, prairie girls have more fun!

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Depending on how far away your visitors are from, some people still think Canada is always cold or the prairies don't have water! Well, it definitely gets hot out and we head to the beach too! So check out these 14 Places To Bring Someone Who's Never Been To Regina:

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Saskatchewan Roughriders Game // Taylor Field.

Watermelon hats are a thing! Maybe one of the only places you'll ever see people wearing watermelons on their heads.


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20Ten Eatery Rooftop Patio // 2010 12 Ave.

To really experience the city you need to really see it! Get some of the best views of downtown from 20Ten's beautiful rooftop patio.


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The Food Trucks // City Square Plaza.

You can't possibly check out a new city in the summer without checking out their food truck scene! Walk along the plaza and take your pick!


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Lumberjax Throwing // 1545 S Railway St.

Bring your bearded friends to really put that Lumber Jack style to the test! Let's see what they got!


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Regina Farmers Market // City Square Plaza.

With all the farms Saskatchewan has, don't miss out on amazing local artisan goods! Let's see what they got!


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Brewery Hop // Various locations in Regina

The trip won't be complete without checking out the local breweries and doing a brewery hop across the city. Get the map here


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Stone Hall Castle // 2210 College Ave.

Visit one of Canada's only medieval style Castles. Game Of Thrones lovers this is for you!


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Local Coffe Shops // Various locations in Regina.

Skip the Tim Horton's and opt for local bean brew. The best way to get to know a new city is through its cute coffee shops!


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Some Of The Best Restaurants // Various locations in Regina.

If someone has never been to Regina they obviously won't know how good the food is! So it's up to you to show them!


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Kiwanis Waterfall Park // 2755 Elphinstone St.

Waterfalls are hard to come by in Regina so this is your best bet if you want to cool off. People also come to take their wedding photos with it.


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Cathedral Village Murals // 13th Ave.

If you want to just take a stroll through the city, make sure to go to Cathedral Village and pass by the beautiful graffiti painted murals.


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Goat Yoga // Maple Creek, SK

Calling all animal lovers! Saskatchewan is known for its farming and farm animals but this takes it to another level. Starts this summer!


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Wascana Trails // Lumsden, SK

Enjoy a hike or bike on the trails. The prairies can be really beautiful so get a good spot to see it in all its glory!


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Little Manitou Lake // Manitou Beach, SK

Definitely, take a day trip out to" Canada's Dead Sea" to experience the floating phenomenon that the unique salt water creates. It's about a 2-hour drive from Regina. 


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