Saskatchewan Legislative Building

2405 Legislative Dr, Regina, SK S4S 0B3, Canada

Saskatchewan’s Legislative Building is a beautiful and majestic landmark nestled on the shores of Regina’s Wascana Lake. It is a symbol of the spirit which has come to characterize the Saskatchewan people. The harmonious blend of materials from Canada and abroad is a lasting tribute to the people from many nations who have contributed to the province's growth and development.

Visitor Services is open 362 days of the year to provide informative and historical tours of the Legislative Building in both English and French. Our staff can answer inquiries related to the Legislative Building and provide information, brochures, directions and maps to visitors and tourists.

Tours of the Legislative Building are available seven days a week with the exception of Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and Good Friday. The tours last approximately 30 minutes and are free of charge.

Groups of ten or more are asked to make a reservation in advance using the form. The tours are wheelchair accessible and listening devices are available.

The Saskatchewan Legislative Building welcomes wedding photography. On a first come, first served basis, sessions are booked at the top of the hour for a maximum of two hours. All wedding parties must arrange their own photographer.

The grand staircase, rotunda and Prince of Wales entrance provide beautiful settings and are approved locations for photos. Fill out the form to reserve a session in advance.

On a tour you will not only learn about Parliamentary procedure, but you can also learn about the building itself. It was built in the early 1900s using white stone. Of historical interest in the building is the table that was used to sign Quebec’s provincial charter in 1864. Other unusual architectural details, such as the legislative floor’s red carpet will also be pointed out on your tour.

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