Downtown Regina Cultural Trailway Tour
The Regina Downtown Business Improvement District is launching the Downtown Regina Cultural Trailway on Saturday, October 1, 2016. The Downtown Regina Cultural Trailway is a new walking tour of the Downtown Core that highlights thirteen important events, buildings, and people that have shaped our city, province, and country. The tour explores the downtown’s oldest building, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Regina’s infamous 1912 Tornado, and the iconic Union Station. It also touches on important change-makers like Louis Riel, Nicolas Flood Davin, and our first premier, Walter Scott.
This tour is part of a larger network of Cultural Trailways that will wind through Regina, and joins the already complete Cathedral Village leg of the tour. The tour is the most accessible way to connect to the history around us. It will be available as a brochure and map, through the izi.TRAVEL mobile app, as well as through our website.
The Downtown Regina Cultural Trailway will launch during Culture Days 2016. Culture Days is a national event that is dedicated to connecting Canadians with opportunities to participate in, and appreciate, all forms of arts and cultures. The BID, with Heritage Regina, will be offering free guided walking tours of the downtown on Saturday, October 1.
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