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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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  • Haunted Johnston House Tour

    The famous Johnston House is once again opening its doors to the public for tours. This, the only tour of it’s kind will usher you back in time where you’ll be granted an experience you’ll never forget –  being a REAL paranormal investigator; complete with all the equipment and operational guidance you will need to interact with the Master of the home… Dr. Bob. Tours are booking throughout the summer (Fri, Sat and Sun evenings) and run approximately 2 hours. The cost is $40/person however, group rates (4 plus) are available (inquire when booking).  So do you have the nerve to talk with the spirits of the Johnston House?”

    **Note** Tours must be pre-booked in advance, and are not recommended for children under 14yrs of age.

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    Horseshoe Canyon Viewpoint

    The view into  Horsethief Canyon  lets you admire the  colourful layers of rock while picturing the thieves who gave the canyon its name hiding in the coulees and re-branding their stolen mares.

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  • DNA Gardens

    DNA gardens are located in Elnora in Red Deer County.

    There you can explore their fruit orchards, sample their  fruit wines, liqueurs and discover fruit products like berry pies, gelato, syrups, jams and juices.

    Summer Hours May 1 to Sept 30th  open Wednesday to Sunday. Hours are 10-4:30

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  • Bikes and Bites

    Enjoy your Drumheller adventure with an ebike rental!
     
    Starting in July you can rent an ebike at our shop east of the World’s Largest Dinosaur. With free parking and pathway access, it’s easy to start exploring. Explore all the area has to offer by using 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)
     

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  • Kirks Alpaca Farm

    Spend time with cute Alpacas,  enjoy the beautiful countryside and then shop in a cozy farm store with Local/Canadian products, including Alpaca fibre made products!

    Book your visit online.

    We are open Wednesday to Saturday

    We are located 10 Min West of Three Hills.

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  • Drumheller Nordic Walking and Wellness

    Experience all of the beauty Drumheller has to offer with a custom guided walking tour designed just for you. Whether it’s a fast paced hike along our pathway system, a leisurely stroll through historic downtown or a combination of both, you’ll be able to enjoy all of the sights and sounds the Badlands and beautiful Red Deer River Valley have to offer.

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  • Drumheller DinoWalk

    Get to know over 20 dinosaurs discovered in the Drumheller area as you walk around town. Each stop on the DinoWalk features a chance to visit a new area of the town, learn about our prehistoric heritage and of course have an amazing photo-op with a dinosaur!

    Located throughout Drumheller!

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  • Drumheller Skate Park | Drumheller

    Drumheller Skate Park

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  • Orkney Viewpoint | Drumheller

    Orkney Viewpoint

    Orkney Lookout is a very simple, somewhat private natural lookout point situated on the high red rock cliffs – above the Red Deer River – located west of the community of Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. The viewpoint lookout provides sweeping views of the Red Deer Valley. You can watch as the river snakes its way through the valley for many kilometres.

    Coordinates:
    51.546783112 -112.897259969

    S Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, AB T0J 0Y0

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  • Midland Provincial Park | Drumheller

    Midland Provincial Park

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  • Red Deer River Adventures

    Red Deer River Adventures offers kayak and canoe rentals, shuttles to launch and pick up points, and guided tours. Experience the stunning scenery, diverse wildlife and unique geology of the area from the water. This offers a different perspective from what visitors to the area normally enjoy.

    Red Deer River Adventures is located at the Newcastle Beach rec area.

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  • Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club

    Surrounded by Badlands coulees and cliffs, Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club is open to both golfers and visitors from April to October. The back-nine is considered the most challenging in North America.

    6455 North Dinosaur Trail, Drumheller, Alberta

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  • Drumheller Public Library

    Featuring public-use computers, Internet, laptop access, photocopying and faxing, the Drumheller Public Library is located in the Badlands Community Facility.

    80 Veterans Way, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0

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  • Drumheller Aquaplex

    The Drumheller Aquaplex features an indoor swimming pool, waterslide, steam room, hot tub, as well as an outdoor heated swimming pool.

    100 1 Ave W, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0

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    Badlands Community Facility

    Housing a two level fitness centre, field house with 3 courts, 150 m running track, municipal library, art gallery, indoor playground, meeting space, and a large banquet hall, there is plenty to at the Badlands Community Facility.

    80 Veterans Way, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0

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  • Rotary Spray Park

    Across from the World’s Largest Dinosaur, the Rotary Spray Park is free for visitors and features several fountains and water cannons that make for great hot weather fun. Outdoor washrooms/change areas are available, as well as picnic tables, benches and plenty of green space for lawn chairs or lawn blankets.

    60 1 Avenue W, Drumheller, Alberta

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  • Sandstone Lanes

    Eight lanes of 5 pin bowling with computerized scoring, glow bowling, birthday party room, regulation sized pool tables, and a licensed family friendly lounge.

    405 11 Avenue SE, Drumheller, Alberta

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  • Cactus Coulee Fun Park

    Fast, Fantastic Fun for the whole family! Experience the thrill of driving a Super tomcat kart on 1/3 mile track. We also have Euro bungee and 2 mini golf courses.

    Located 4 km west of Royal Tyrrell Museum on North Dinosaur Trail.

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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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  • 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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  • Napier Movie Theatre

    Napier Theatre is Drumheller’s locally owned and independent movie theatre, showing new release movies to our patrons. Come and experience something new with us.

    20 3 Ave. W, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0

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  • Kaleidoscope Community Theatre

    Kaleidoscope is Drumheller’s local theatre company, performing shows ranging from independent local productions to classics like A Christmas Carol.

    450 17 Street E, Drumheller, Alberta

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  • Rosebud Theatre Drumheller Alberta

    Rosebud Theatre

    The musical and theatrical productions at Rosebud Theatre are widely-acclaimed, attracting thousands of people annually to this community of less than 100 people. The theatre stages five plays a year – four at the Opera House and one at the BMO Studio Stage, offering matinee and evening shows up to seven times a week (typically Wed to Saturday).

    Patrons of the Rosebud Theatre come from all over Alberta, and during the summer many tourists from across Canada and around the world will find themselves in Rosebud. Most performances at Rosebud include a buffet meal before the show and have casts composed of resident actors, student apprentices, and visiting artists.

    116 Main Street, Rosebud, Alberta  T0J 2T0

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    Badlands Amphitheatre

    The Passion Play takes you 2000 years back in time for a dramatic portrayal of the life and death of Christ. The play takes place in a natural 2500-seat outdoor amphitheatre formed by the massive Badlands coulees. With costumes and sets based on historical data from ancient Jerusalem, the Passion Play transports audiences back to the time of Roman soldiers and peasant masses. Shows take place in the Spring and Summer Seasons. Contact the Passion play for exact dates and times.

    17 Street SW, Drumheller, Alberta

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