Drumheller is a major tourist attraction located in Canada that is also fondly known as Dinosaur Valley. The town has a number of famous attractions, places to visit and things to do thanks to its rugged terrain and being a haven for dinosaur fanatics. Drumheller is the site of the World’s Largest Dinosaur – A fiberglass T-Rex model that gives a splendid view of the Badlands, Star mine suspension bridge, Horseshoe Canyon, Atlas Coal Mine, Horse thief Canyon, Midland Provincial Park and the Water Spray Park. But the biggest attraction and must see attraction is the Royal Tyrell Museum of Paleontology. This museum houses Canada’s biggest dinosaur fossils collection and is a major crowd puller in Drumheller. Kids and adults are sure to love it equally, and will be educated as well as entertained with a tour here.
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Museum, Family And Kids
1500 N Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, AB T0J 0Y0, Canada
09:00 am - 09:00 pm
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is a Canadian museum that features a collection of more than 130,000 fossils. This museum is also the centre for palaeontological research. Located in Alberta, Canada this museum receives close to 4 million visitors annually. The galleries at this museum celebrate the planet’s history dating back 3.9-billion-years. On...