Join the RCMP Academy for “Behind-the-Scenes” walking tours, August 9 and 10

July 21, 2023
Regina, Saskatchewan

News release


Depot's Canadian flag can be seen with a view of Parade Square and brick buildings in the background.
Six people walk with a male RCMP officer outdoors.
A male RCMP officer in red serge stands at attention.
Two troops of RCMP cadets stand at attention.

For two days only, members of the public will have a rare opportunity to book a walking tour of the RCMP Academy in Regina, Saskatchewan this August. These exclusive, one-hour "Behind-the-Scenes" tours are scheduled for Wednesday, August 9 and Thursday, August 10. There will be six time slots (in Central Standard Time) available on both days: 9:00 AM; 10:00 AM; 11:00 AM; 1:00 PM; 2:00 PM; and 3:00 PM. A designated bilingual tour will be at 11:00 AM each day. There will be a maximum of 20 spots per tour.

The walking tours offer visitors a unique chance to explore some never-seen-before locations at Depot. Participants will have the chance to learn insider information from subject matter experts who can provide details about the inner workings of the RCMP Academy. They will see Depot in a whole new light thanks to the knowledge and expertise of those who know it best.

To experience these FREE special walking tours, a $10 gallery admission ticket is to be pre-purchased through the RCMP Heritage Centre website by Monday, August 7. This admission guarantees your spot on the free tour and unlimited access to the Centre's galleries and theatre on the day of the tour. Gallery admission is $10 plus applicable taxes.

If you are planning to attend, here are a few things you need to know before booking your spot:

  • The RCMP Academy is an active training site and a secure facility. Access is controlled. No photography or filming will be permitted on any part of the tour.
  • Guests must be at the RCMP Heritage Centre one hour prior to the start of all tour times. Guests must have pre-purchased tickets to take part.
  • Guests are required to register including; signing in at the RCMP Heritage Centre, providing full name and address, and providing photo ID, which will be kept in a secure place at the RCMP Heritage Centre for the duration of the tour of Depot.
  • Bags and personal items, including phones, must be stored at the RCMP Heritage Centre during the tour of Depot.
  • This is primarily a walking tour. The tours will start and end at the RCMP Heritage Centre.


These exclusive tours of the training and oldest division in the RCMP will give members of the public a special look at the training Mounties complete. It is a unique way to commemorate RCMP 150 and connect with the community.

Chief Superintendent, Sylvie Bourassa-Muise, Commanding Officer, Depot Division


Contact information

RCMP Depot Division Media Relations

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