The Saskatchewan Science Centre is open to the public but registration is necessary to attend. visit https://www.sasksciencecentre.com/admission. There is a Joylab 2.0 Exhibit open and a Game Changers exhibit. You can read more and purchase tickets here. For other information about visiting exhibits at the Science Centre, click here.
2903 Powerhouse Drive (306) 791 7914
General Admission Rates: Adult $15| Youth (13-17) $12 | Child (3-12) $11| Senior (60+) $11| Toddler (2 & Under) FREE Free for members. Click here to learn more about becoming a member. Click here fore more rates and admission information. Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly. If deciding between strollers and babywearing tiny ones, I would choose babywearing. Food: Feel free to bring your own food and sit to eat in the gorgeous sunny room with tables and chairs in the lobby. There is also a restaurant- Skye Bistro attached. Note that this restaurant is more of a special, sit-and-linger dining establishment rather than a quick, grab-a-bite with the kids kind of place. Washrooms: Washrooms and change tables available
The Saskatchewan Science Centre is a non-profit, non-governmental educational facility. There are live animals and every exhibit is hands-on. This is a great space to spend a day.
Hours (Updated December 2021) Wednesday - Sunday 9:20 AM - 5 PM
Ukrainian Science Park
There is a neat, science-based play park outside of the Science Centre that is free and open for public use.
JoyLab was a visiting exhibition. It was on temporarily until until January 5th, 2020 and was a curated collection of backdrops, playthings, and spaces to inspire joy. Inspired by Ingrid Fetell Lee's book Joy: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, this was a wonderfully nostalgic, unique, and joyful experience! There is a new Joylab 2.0 available to visit!
Regina and these playspaces are situated on Treaty 4 territory, the original lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. Play is a significant part of culture and identity. Provided by the Government of Saskatchewan and offered by the University of Regina, there is a Cree language learning resource available under "Schools and play." Visitors are encouraged to visit the Anti-Racism and Play webpage.