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Looking to discover Drumheller at a slower pace? Let us help guide you through your overnight journey in Drumheller, the easygoing way. We put together a laid-back itinerary for your next visit, so you can have fun without being on the run. This guide is designed to fit you, so feel free to complete it at your own pace. After all, we wouldn’t be able to call this easygoing if there was a rush on it. Relax, take your time, and enjoy!

Grab Breakfast from the Old Grouch

Start your morning off in Drumheller with a smile at the Old Grouch! The Old Grouch’s Cozy Café has all the homemade comfort food you’ve been searching for. With locally farm grown products and freshly baked bread every morning, you’ll be starting the day off right with the grouch.

Trekcetera Museum

Are you a Star Trek fanatic? We are, too. Spend some time at this trek-tacular museum and see authentic and original costumes, props and set pieces used during the Star Trek series and movies. Star Trek not your all-time favourite film? No problem. This museum is also home to props used in features such as Harry Potter, The Titanic, Men in Black, Thunderbirds, Pirates of the Caribbean, Superman and much, much more. The best part? Trekcetera is always adding new items, so there’s always something different to uncover.

Break for Lunch, with Bernie and the Boys

Bernie and the Boys Bistro will satisfy all your stomach cravings. From hotdogs and burgers, to Italian cuisine and seafood, this bistro has something on the menu for even the pickiest of eaters. Not only did they win TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2013, Bernie and the Boys Bistro was also featured on Food Network Canada’s “You Gotta Eat Here.” Home to the famous Mammoth Burger, a plethora of “Mike Shake” flavours, a phenomenal Clubhouse and so much more. Stop by to see why this bistro is creating such a buzz. Just try not to brag about it too much to your friends!

11 Bridges of Wayne

Experience a piece of the Guinness Book of World Records – no flips, fire or fright required. Drive the 6km stretch from Rosedale to Wayne and drive across the most bridges found within the shortest distance. Each one-way bridge is labelled with a number between 1 to 11, to help you keep track of your journey. Once used by miners to transport coal between communities, this drive through history is the perfect way to spend an easygoing afternoon.

Last Chance Saloon

While you’re in the town of Wayne (population 27) stay for dinner at the Last Chance Saloon. Bring the whole family to enjoy live music, special events and a full feature menu. Children are welcome, as this is a place for the whole family to love. Explore this once booming coal town, and find out how 27 locals manage to draw in travellers from all over the globe year after year.

Kaleidoscope Theatre

Check out Drumheller’s community theatre for a unique performance. Experience the magic of the theatre and watch all the hours of hard work, dedication and talent unroll right before your eyes during a live production. Enjoy a classic or find your new favourite play, the possibilities are endless with their ever-changing rotation of shows.

Stay at a Bed and Breakfast

End your relaxing day at one of Drumheller’s cozy B&Bs or cottages. Feel right at home, with an extra splash of hospitality and carefree enjoyment. This getaway is all about you, and we want to keep it that way!

There you have it – a perfect leisurely day, with no rushing involved! Discover Drumheller at a pace that suites you.