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Whether it is an informal corporate gathering or a black-tie gala, the RSM is an amazing venue for a variety of corporate, family and cultural events. The RSM boasts one of the best intimate theatres in the city and is centrally located for easy access to local amenities. Located on the edge of Wascana Park, it is the perfect venue for business functions or retreats, meetings, presentations, plays, film screenings, concerts, wedding receptions, staff parties and other private events.

The RSM is home to the fabulous CN T. rex Gallery, an auditorium with seating capacity of close to 300, a large lobby area and a boardroom that seats 12 comfortably. See below for pricing packages and contact us for availability.

CN T.rex Gallery

CN T. rex Gallery

Standing reception capacity of 100; seated capacity of 40.
$1000, evenings

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Auditorium

Auditorium

Seating capacity of 290. Stage dimensions 16 feet x 32 feet.
$525, full day 

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Lobby

Lobby

Standing reception capacity of 150; seated capacity of 60.
$400, evenings

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Boardroom

Boardroom

Seating capacity of 12; additional perimeter seating available.
$500, full day  |  $250, weekdays, under 4 hours

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CN T.rex Gallery, Auditorium and Lobby

P A C K A G E : CN T. rex Gallery and Lobby
$1200, evenings

P A C K A G E : CN T. rex Gallery, Auditorium and Lobby
$1500, evenings

P A C K A G E : Auditorium and Lobby
$625, evenings

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The Royal Saskatchewan Museum and T.rex Discovery Centre are situated on Treaty 4 territory, the ancestral and traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakoda, Nakota, Lakota and homeland of the Métis Nation. We acknowledge the land in an act of reconciliation to those whose traditional territories we are on.