Civic Museum of Regina
For over 50 years, the Civic Museum of Regina has been the only museum with a mandate to collect materials directly relating to the cultural, social, political and economic growth and development of the city of Regina. Originally known as the Regina Plains Museum, the museum was renamed the Civic Museum of Regina in 2013 and moved to its current location at 1375 Broad Street in Regina’s Warehouse District in early 2014.
The Museum features several theme-based exhibits, including “The Glass Wheatfield,” a unique and internationally recognized piece by Saskatchewan artist Jacequeline Berting that feaures14,000 individually crafted, waist-high stalks of glass wheat.
1375 Broad Street
January – December
The museum is open Tuesday to Friday from 10-4 pm and Saturday from Noon-4 pm.