Please note that Government House is temporarily closed during the covid-19 crisis.
4607 Dewdney Ave (306) 787 5773
COVID-19 Update: The Government House is currently only available for pre-booked tours booked at least one hour in advance either online on their website or by phone. For more information please visit https://governmenthousesk.ca/visit-us/what-to-do.
Entrance: By donation Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible and completely stroller friendly Food: Feel free to bring your own food and sit to eat either in the gorgeous conservatory or the Once Upon a Story room downstairs Washrooms: Washrooms and changetables available
Government house is a wonderful space that offers a lot to people in the city of Regina. Here is a list of only some of the things to do when you visit Government House:
join regular scheduled guided tours or self-guided tours available in some of the galleries
find Jocko the monkey (and get a Jocko tattoo when you leave)
admire the plants and enjoy your own snacks in the conservatory
play in the fairy tale-themed Once Upon a Time room
geocache in the 8.5-acre gardens
pre-order a picnic basket (one week in advance) to enjoy in the garden.
go on a prepared scavenger hunt
enjoy discovery backpacks (ages 4-11)
Please visit Government House's educational and comprehensive website here for more information
Hours: Open daily 9-5.
Once Upon a Story Room Head downstairs (stroller accessible by elevator) to the Once Upon a Story Room to enjoy colouring, imaginative play, a beautiful story corner, and some classic wooden toys.
Government (Club) House Government hosts a special fun event once per month for children aged 4-11. Find Jocko the monkey, and win a prize. Learn about Saskatchewan's heritage and create a keepsake to take home. Please visit this webpage for more details and to pre-register for these free events.
Saturdays Drop-in Children's Program Government House is offering a free drop-in children's activity each Saturday from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Please Note: On March 14th there will be no "drop-in" program but on that day there we'll be celebrating Genealogy Day with a presentation/discussion and celebrating St. Patrick's Day with an Irish Dance performance and workshop.