City and Tourism Regina Add Visitor Kiosks at Airport and City Hall.

The City of Regina, and Tourism Regina are opening up to “Visitor Kiosks” to make sure tourists get the pointed in the right direction when visitng the Queen City.

The kiosks will be staffed by “city ambassadors” who will give tips and travel advice.

“The City of Regina is committed to supporting, growing and enhancing our tourism industry. These new kiosks are a fantastic way to welcome visitors to our city, making it easier than ever to discover the vibrant events, amenities and attractions that our city has to offer. Whether you’re here for a short visit or an extended stay, our staff will be ready to help you make the most of your time in Regina.” – Mayor Sandra Masters, City of Regina. 

One kiosk will be set up at Regina International Airport at the bottom of the stairs in arrivals, and one will be set up at Regina City Hall.

“The Regina International Airport is the gateway to southern Saskatchewan and first impression of Regina for thousands of visitors every year,” said James Bogusz, President & CEO of the Regina Airport Authority. “We have total confidence in the new direction of Tourism Regina and its leadership team. YQR is proud to partner with them in welcoming guests to our amazing city and region.” 

The kiosk at the airport will be open Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00am to 7:00pm. The kiosk at City Hall will be open from Monday to Friday between 10:00am and 4:45pm.

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