HI-Regina (Regina)
Turgeon House
Travel Destinations: Saskatchewan, Central Prairies

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HI-Regina
2310 McIntyre Street
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P2S2

For Reservation:
306.791.8165
1.800.467.8357
For other inquiries:
306.791.8165


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Great South Central Downtown Location

HI-Regina, also known as the Turgeon International Hostel, is a designated Municipal Heritage Property that offers affordable accommodation in a friendly, safe and comfortable environment to individuals, families and groups of all ages, and children under 12 stay free in their parent's room.

The HI-Regina, Turgeon International Hostel has twice received the "Most Outstanding Hostel in Canada" award. The historic setting and relaxing atmosphere will make stay in Regina a pleasant one.

The Hostel is situated in one of the most attractive areas of Regina, among the stately homes of Regina's first families. It is adjacent to the beautiful Wascana Park, the largest urban park in North America, which has a lake and extensive multi-use pathways.

A great central location ensures that you are a short distance from such places as the following:


The Hostel offers private rooms, a family room as well as shared accommodation in a dormitory style setting. The hostel can accommodate 30 people in total, so it is recommended that you book ahead especially in the summer months (May 1 to September 30).

The Hostel also provides the following: 

  • Linen Service
  • Showers 
  • TV/Video lounge 
  • Dining area coin operated laundry 
  • Self-catering kitchen 
  • Internet service & Wi-Fi 
  • Travel Library 
  • Lockers in Dorms


HI Regina is open all year round and there is someone at the registration desk between the hours of: 8:00am to 1pm and 5pm to 10pm - Daily.

ACTIVITIES

CNT Tours!

 
Eastend T-Rex Centre

Visit the Chaplin Shorebird Centre and the T-Rex Centre in Eastend where Scotty the T-Rex was discovered. The tour, directed by a professional tour director, includes deluxe motor coach transportation, coffee, lunch, snacks and admission fees.

The tour requires several hours of walking outdoors, thus good walking shoes are recommended, as are sunscreen, insect repellent, windbreaker, hat, camera and binoculars.
The tour will depart the Royal Saskatchewan Museum at 7 a.m. and is expected to return to Regina at 7 p.m.

Claybank Brick Plant

See the five-story-high brick smoke stacks of the Claybank Brick Plant, one of Canada's finest examples of early 20th Century industry, as well as archaeological sites near Avonlea. The tour, directed by a professional tour director, includes deluxe motor coach transportation, coffee, lunch, snacks and admission fees.

The tour requires a lot of walking outdoors, thus good walking shoes are recommended, as are sunscreen, insect repellent, windbreaker, hat, camera and binoculars.
The tour will depart from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum at 8 a.m. and is expected to return to Regina at 5 p.m.

Last Mountain Lake

Visit the sites surrounding Last Mountain Lake, including Craven, Last Mountain House Provincial Historic Park, Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park, North America's oldest bird sanctuary and a high school greening program in Lumsden. The tour, directed by a professional tour director, includes deluxe motor coach transportation, coffee, lunch and snacks.

The tour requires a lot of walking outdoors, thus good walking shoes are recommended, as are sunscreen, insect repellent, windbreaker, hat, camera and binoculars.
The tour will depart from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum at 8 a.m. and is expected to return to Regina at 5 p.m.

Union Station Tour in Casino Regina

Hourly from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Thursday, Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. hourly
(must be 19 or older)
Walk through the tunnels and see the jail cells that still exist beneath Casino Regina.
For tickets, visit Casino Regina Box Office or call 1-800-555-3189 or (306) 565-3000

Visit the Royal Saskatchewan Museum!

Discover Saskatchewan at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Dance with Dinosaurs, depart on a Saskatchewan Safari. Delve into the captivating cultural world of Saskatchewan's First Nations People. Don't dream about the magic of our province, discover it. http://www.royalsaskmuseum.ca

Government House Museum & Heritage Property!

A visit to gentler times awaits you in one of Saskatchewan's oldest buildings. This restored 1891 magnificient mansion was the residence of the Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan. Historic interpreters dressed in period costumes guide you through 14 rooms that are lavishly decorated with period furnishings. Tours are free and operate Tuesday thru Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

RCMP Centennial Museum and Heritage Centre

One of Canada's great museums. This is the official museum of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. History from personal belongings, photographs, uniforms, equipment, weapons and memorabilia dating back to 1873. Tours times vary, admission.