Winter Activities to do in Regina

  • November 20, 2021


Winter is here, and with it comes warm fires, hot drinks, cold weather, and end-of-the-year celebrations and gatherings. There is a lot to do in Regina during the colder months, both in and outdoors. 


Visit Winter Wonderland

Starting November 23 to December 22, The Conexus Arts Centre hosts a Winter Wonderland. The center is decorated with over 60 themed Christmas Trees, each decorated by various local organizations and individuals. It costs $5.00 per person at the door, or four adults for $20.00, or a donation of a new, boxed toy to Santa’s Anonymous, or a donation to the Regina Foodbank. Food donations need to be non-perishable, non-expired, and unopened. Donations or payments will be taken at the door. The center is located at Conexus Arts Centre, 200A Lakeshore Drive, Regina. Free parking is available on-site. 


Patrons must register in advance and need to be fully vaccinated or provide a negative covid test. The tours are self-guided and can be as long or as short as guests prefer. For adult guests who do not have children, there is also a boozy option! 


Wander through Winter Wonderland with some bubbles

Go for a champaign tour at the Conexus Arts Centre. On December 10, the Arts Centre will be hosting a champagne tour. Guests will be able to wander around winter wonderland with some bubbly and light appetizers. Tickets are $30 plus service charges, and the event is 19+. 



Go tobogganing on one of Regina’s designated toboggan hills. The City of Regina has two designated toboggan hills during the winter season. The areas are not maintained or supervised by the city. Helmets are strongly recommended. Currently, Ruth M Buck Toboggan Hill, located at 6208 Sherwood Drive, is open, and Mount Pleasant Toboggan Hill is closed until further notice. There are lit sides of the hill that should be used when sledding at night. 


Explore Outdoors

Get outside and explore Regina’s green spaces. Nature Regina has ready-made outdoor Adventure guides for short outside self-guided excursions. The free guides are posted bi-weekly on Wednesdays year-round with the #wanderingwednesdays hashtag. Guides are family-friendly, and donations are highly suggested. 


If you are interested in any of these activities then you want to book a room at the Home Inn and Suites Regina Airport Hotel. With easy access to Regina, and great service, and clean, cozy rooms, let us be your home away from home as you explore stunning Regina. 


Please dress appropriately for the weather and activities you choose to do, and stay safe and have fun!


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