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The Dinosaur Capital of the World

Drumheller is proud to be the dinosaur capital of the world and provide plenty of spectacle where these extinct creatures are concerned. We have education and entertainment bundled up together when you visit one of our dinosaur-related attractions.

Quick Info
  • The World's Largest Dinosaur

  • Plenty of activities

  • Family friendly fun!

Learn, Discover and Play

Taking a trip to Drumheller, you’ll easily see why it’s recognized as the Dinosaur Capital of the World. Climb up into the mouth of the World’s Largest Dinosaur, experience incredible fossils, exhibits, and interactive public programs at the world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum, and learn from local experts at shops and attractions around town. The stunning surroundings of the Alberta Badlands help set the scene and take you back millions of years to the time dinosaurs once roamed. Several tours, programs and activities offer an immersive chance to learn about dinosaurs at various attractions around Drumheller.


  • Royal Tyrrell Museum

    The Royal Tyrrell Museum is Canada’s only Museum dedicated exclusively to the science of paleontology. In addition to housing one of the world’s largest displays of dinosaurs, the Museum offers a wide variety of creative, fun, and educational programs that bring the prehistoric past to life.

    1500 N Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, AB

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  • The Fossil Shop

    Specializing in museum-quality fossils, minerals, and gift items, The Fossil Shop is located across the bridge from the World’s Largest Dinosaur.

    61 Bridge Street, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y1

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  • Drumheller DinoWalk

    Explore the fun dinosaur statues throughout the Drumheller Valley.

    Scientifically Correct?
    Of course not! Our goal is to make “art” not “science” therefore many of the dinosaurs and other sculptures are not scientifically accurate. If you are looking for scientifically accurate dinosaurs, you will love a visit to the world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology.

    Located throughout Drumheller!

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  • Fossil World Dinosaur Discovery Centre

    A hands on dinosaur discovery centre for kids ages 2-12 and their parents. Our animatronic T.Rex is amazing. Dig up a dinosaur skeleton and take home a real fossil, learn to identify minerals and take home a vial of minerals. Come climb on our auto belay climbing wall. More than 200 real fossil specimens.

    1381 North Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, Alberta

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  • Worlds Largest Dinosaur

    Towering high above the Drumheller Valley, Tyra the World’s Largest Dinosaur offers visitors a unique and breath-taking view of the badlands. Visitors can climb 106 stairs inside the dinosaur to experience the Drumheller Valley from Tyra’s gaping jaw.

    At the base of the dinosaur,  our Giftshop has official “Tyra” the World’s Largest Dinosaur branded merchandise,  with locally sourced items. In addition, our Visitor Information Centre offers exceptional customer service for those visitors requiring information on places to stay and things to see and do while visiting the Drumheller Valley and surrounding area.

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  • Bikes and Bites

    Our 21-speed step-through bikes come with electric assist, providing a little extra help for hills or that last stretch. Great for families with different ages and abilities. With lots of on-site free parking and pathway access, it’s easy to start exploring the 18 km of pathway.

    Plus, we offer picnics to add to any adventure! Menu and ordering available online and at the shop.

    Located in the Badlands Community Facility (80 Veterans Way, Drumheller), just east of the World’s Largest Dinosaur.

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  • Barneys Adventure Park

    Enjoy a celebration of the history of the Drumheller Valley at the fabulous Barneys Adventure Park with things to do for all ages.

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  • World’s Largest Dinosaur

    Stand 86 feet high in the mouth of the World’s Largest Dinosaur and see the view from behind her pearly whites (don’t forget your camera).

    60 1 Avenue West, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0

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