The Homestead Antique Museum bears witness to the ingenuity and perseverance of the homesteaders who came with nothing to make a life in a new land. The museum displays a comprehensive collection of their wares—more than 10,000 antiques and artifacts from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. These include furniture, household accessories, artistic instruments, work implements, autos and garments. Go next door to the Murray House—an entire house purchased out of a 1919 issue of the Eaton’s catalog, which offers a tea room in July and August.
Kaleidoscope Theatre is Drumheller's Community Theatre and everyone from front of house to backstage and behind-the-scenes are volunteers. Show your support for local talent and be ready for an evening of fun entertainment. We all share one thing in common: a love for great theatre!
Towering high over Drumheller, the World's Largest Dinosaur is open year round for dino-enthusiasts of all ages to explore. Climb 106 stairs inside the 26 m (86 ft) tall T-rex, lined with beautiful murals, and admire the breathtaking badlands from her gaping jaw. Admission is charged and there is a gift shop, Visitor Information Centre and public washrooms onsite.
Centrally located in downtown Drumheller, the Econo Lodge Inn and Suites features 53 newly renovated rooms, each equipped with a microwave and fridge. Daily continental breakfast and internet access is complimentary with every day. Wheelchair accessible and pet friendly rooms are available on request.
Quaint Heritage home refurbished into Drumheller's finest Boutique Hotel. Full breakfast available $10 per person. Full spa services, hydrosonic therapy, Fire pit.
We are located on the main tourist strip ( hi-way 9 south ) near stores, restaurants and of course the world famous Royal Tyrrell Museum. We have digital television, air conditioned rooms and full shower/bath.
Follow in the footsteps of the miners. Put on a lamp and hike up the tunnel to the mine entry. For safety, sturdy shoes with good treads required. Not recommended for guests with fear of dark, enclosed spaces and heights. Children under 6 are not allowed. Tours begin May 12.
Take your family on a road trip to the Canadian Badlands, and learn something while you're at it! This package includes overnight accommodation at select hotels in Drumheller and family admission pass to Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site. Restrictions apply.
General Admission to the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site includes access to historic buildings, an interpretive trail, an amazing machinery yard and engaging exhibits. A family consists of 2 adults and children under 18 years of age. Children aged 5 and under are free.
Alberta's Badlands are unveiled as guests depart from Drumheller or other pick-up locations and venture through the scenic Red Deer River Valley. A fleet of PT Cruiser convertibles allow for unhampered 360 degree views of landscapes creating WOW moments around each corner and at every hilltop. Not your average day-trip!
GPS Audio Driving Tour Apps that are "Like Having A Tour Guide In Your Car"™. All the benefits of a guided tour, but the freedom to drive yourself. The apps use GPS technology to play a guided driving tour automatically. Expert guides have created tours that share stories, tips and directions of the surrounding area. Works offline, so doesn't require roaming or data. Scenic drive routes throughout Alberta including Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, Icefields Parkway, Drumheller, Waterton and Alberta SW. Travel Alberta ALTO Award winner.
Alpine Helicopters provides helicopter sightseeing tours and heli-hiking adventures in the Canadian Rocky Mountains from its tour facility in Drumheller. Custom charters and heli-weddings are also available. Open 364 days a year, prices start at $124.00 per person. Family pricing is available as well as complimentary shuttle service.
Celebrating the Alberta Open Farm Days weekend and Alberta Local Food Week, the Kneehill County Agricultural Service Board is hosting: The Growing Kneehill Country Market & Long Table Dinner at Horseshoe Canyon on August 18th. Come to the market between 2-6pm and meet local farm and food producers, artisans, and agri-tourism operators from Kneehill and the surrounding region. Stay after the Market for the Long Table Dinner where participants will be surrounded by the breathtaking views of Horseshoe Canyon, while enjoying an amazing dinner prepared by top chefs showcasing local food products and producers.Long Table Dinner tickets are limited, please register through Eventbrite.For more information, please contact the Kneehill County Agricultural Service Board 403-443-5541.
The Badlands Amphitheatre presents singer-songwriter Corb Lund and legendary country crooner Ian Tyson on Canada's largest outdoor stage for one unforgettable night of "Cowboy Songs and Stories". This one-night engagement follows on the heels of the duo’s critically acclaimed, sold out performances in Ottawa, Victoria, Vancouver and Edmonton. Don't miss it! Tickets are $69 (+fees & taxes) or $59 (+fees & taxes) and can be ordered online or from the Box Office at (403) 823-2001.
Dinosaur Valley Half Marathon is an annual three event foot race held in Drumheller Alberta each September. The event comprises of 21.1K, 10K and 5K distances. The 21.1 and 10K courses are Athletics Canada Certified. The shortest course is dubbed the 5K family fun run and intended to be such. Segments of each course run along the scenic Red Deer river. Those that compete in the 21.1 will experience the Drumheller Badlands up close. Races and awards culminate before noon leaving ample time to continue exploring the valley.