Welcome to the dinosaur capital of the world
Travel Drumheller is a non-profit Destination Management Organization (DMO) dedicated to developing marketing campaigns designed to tell the stories of the Drumheller Valley to encourage year-round tourism.
Drumheller is a sought-after tourism destination
To promote Drumheller as a premier year-round destination through quality marketing and stakeholder engagement.
TIBRE program results
Eighty-seven tourism businesses in the Drumheller Valley participated in the TIBRE (Tourism Industry Business Retention and Expansion) pilot program earlier this spring. The survey results are now available.
The Tourism Industry Business Retention and Expansion (TIBRE) program is an economic development tool designed to assess the health and intentions of tourism businesses in a community and identify issues and opportunities.
The program is based on a structured interview used to obtain information about local area business needs. Data and the opinions are gathered in a survey format. All of the information is aggregated and reported back to the businesses and community leaders and will be used to help determine the programs, policies, training and other resources that are needed to move the community’s economy forward.
2018 Travel Drumheller board of directors
Acting Chair – Julia Fielding, Town of Drumheller
Treasurer – Barb Steeves, East Coulee School Museum
Director – Vance Neudorf, Canadian Badlands Passion Play
Director – Devan Daniels, Trekcetera Museum
Director – Lisa Making, Royal Tyrrell Museum
Director- Theresa Vvyey, Ramada Hotel
Director – Sarah Newstead, Atlas Coal Mine
Director – Debbie Schinnour, Drumheller Chamber of Commerce
Director – Dan Sullivan, Canalta Hotels
Director – Cindie Hughes, Quality Inn
A rich history
Drumheller is a place you can immerse yourself in a different side of history. We are known for dinosaurs but that is not all Drumheller is about. When you visit us you can find out about so much more than meets the eye.
Region: Southern Alberta
Total Area: 107.93 km2
Elevation: 670 m