Guided Walking Tours offered May to August.
Come and join one of our local experts on a guided walking tour around our beautiful park. Tours range from 30 – 90 minutes and cover a variety of subject matters such as the history of the park, the history of Saskatchewan, and the local ecology of the park. Walking tours are available by drop in (at the discretion of staff) or can be booked in advance by contacting Wascana Centre by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. All guided walking tours are free of charge. As this is a new program, new tour options may become available during the summer.
Walk 1- Founders of saskatchewan
This tour centres around the seat of government in our provincial capital. Starting in front of the Legislative Building and ending at Speaker's Corner, this tour focuses on the structure of our provincial government, key figures that helped shape Saskatchewan, and the relationship between Canada and the United Kingdom. This tour is approximatly 30 minutes in duration and is a great way to spend your lunch break!
Walk 2 - west Lake Tour
This tour begins and ends at the Wascana Centre Authority headquaters, 2900 Wascana Dr. In this tour our local experts will tell you all about the history of Wascana Lake; from stockwater to today. Our local experts will also give you detailed histories on the different statues, monuments, and artworks around the lake. The walk is approximatly 60 - 90 minutes in length.