A stand-alone, not-for-profit, charitable organization mandated to share the story of the RCMP.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Galleries & Programming 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 7 Days a Week!
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
Remembrance Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Good Friday
Kinder (5 and under) Free
Child/Youth (6 to 17 years) $6.00
Adult (18+) $10.00
Family (2 adults & up to 5 children/youths) $30.00
Senior (60+)/Students (18+) $8.00
Veterans of any police or military force get in free
Group rates available
Purchase tickets in advance:
Prices don’t include taxes
5907 Dewdney Avenue
Free parking RV and Bus parking
Wheel Chair Accessible
The RCMP Heritage Centre’s Gift Shop is located on-site at 5907 Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan!
Can’t make it to our shop in Regina? Browse our on-line store for great items and deals!
Ten per cent of proceeds on the sale of RCMP branded merchandise goes to support the RCMP Foundation‘s various programs for at-risk youth.
The RCMP Foundation is a registered charitable organization. Since its introduction in 1994 the RCMP Foundation has donated over $9 million dollars directly to Canadian community groups to support hundreds of initiatives for the benefit of youth at risk.
Cpl. FunDuk! Check out Cpl. FunDuk’s adventures on our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram). You can get your very own Cpl. FunDuk in our online store. Help us continue Cpl. FunDuk’s adventures by sharing your pictures with us! #CFDadventures
Proudly sponsored by The Mosaic Company, guests of the RCMP Heritage Centre can learn about the history of the Force on a self-guided audio tour from the perspective of Canada’s most famous Mountie, Sam Steele. Sam Steele was the third member to join the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) in 1873. During Steele’s illustrious career[...]
Catch the Sergeant Major’s Parade during weekdays at 12:45 pm at RCMP Academy, ‘Depot’ Division. Available Monday to Friday during the summer, and from Tuesday to Friday from September until the end of April. Watch as the drill staff put cadets through their paces. The parade includes a roll call and inspection of the troops,[...]
Last June the RCMP Heritage Centre and local company Talking Dog Studios started work on an exciting new project in the world of virtual reality; a 3D virtual reality experience from inside the RCMP Musical Ride. Filmed in Ottawa at the RCMP Musical Ride Training Centre, the finished product invites guests to literally “hop in[...]
Educational programming, outreach and community cultural events delivered by the RCMP Heritage Centre is proudly supported through partnership agreements with SaskCulture and the City of Regina.
MUSICAL RIDE VIRTUAL REALITY EXHIBIT
Saddle up and try out our newest interactive exhibit! Filmed in Ottawa at the RCMP Musical Ride Training Centre, the Musical Ride Virtual Reality Exhibit invites guests to literally “hop in the saddle” and join members of the 2015 Musical Ride as they practice some of the more intricate choreographed movements that they performed to the delight of thousands of spectators from across the country and abroad.
Available in both French and English, this exhibit, sponsored by Nexen, is located in the Preserving the Tradition gallery, Exhibit Five in the Main Exhibit Gallery Hall.