The Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site is considered Canada's most complete historic coal mine and offers visitors a range of interpretive tours, on the surface, underground and up into the last wooden tipple in the country. We tell the amazing stories of the miners who came to seek their fortunes in the Drumheller Valley, in the heart of the Canadian Badlands.
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.
This is as close as you will get to a real T-Rex and live to tell about it. We have the finest animatronic dinosaur made in the world. We help families connect and enjoy themselves in a memorable way. This is an extraordinary family experience.
Explore the Canadian Badlands and visit the dinosaur capital of the world while staying at this pet-friendly Drumheller hotel that offers free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and an exercise room.
Explore Drumheller and the rest of the Canadian Badlands while making your base at the Ramada Drumheller. Featuring all the amenities that make you feel at home, the Ramada Drumheller offers free continental breakfast, an indoor pool and pet-friendly rooms.
Whether you are here to visit the world class Royal Tyrrell Museum, Historic Atlas Coal Mine, Rosebud Theatre or just to check out the sweeping beauty of the Canadian badlands, The Canalta Jurassic has all the down home touches you have come to expect from a Canalta Hotel. Relax in our comfortable beds and start your day off right with an in room coffee maker, and a complimentary amazing continental breakfast. You’ll find us just 170 kilometres north of Calgary. Take a journey back in time with us at the Canalta Jurassic and enjoy your Cretaceous Creature comforts.
Follow in the footsteps of the miners. Put on a lamp and hike up the inclined conveyor tunnel to the mine entry. For safety, wear sturdy shoes with good treads. Not recommended for individuals with a fear of dark, enclosed spaces or moderate heights. Children under 6 are not allowed.
Rolling foothills, intimidating mountains, pre-historic hoodoos, emerald lakes and fascinating arts, Alberta is home to a changing landscape and an array of activities. We explore diverse scenery on this 11-night tour, from the majestic mountains of the Canadian Rockies to the prairie lands and coulee landscapes of the Badlands.
Travel with us to one of the most unusual and breathtaking landscapes in Alberta, the Drumheller Valley. The tour visits Horseshoe Canyon, the Hoodoos, Atlas Coal Mine, the Rosedale Suspension Bridge, and The Royal Tyrrell Museum. All admissions are included.
Alberta's Badlands are unveiled as we 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!
Discover the beautiful geography, hidden history and unique culture of the Canadian Badlands with this Drumheller based tour company.
Red Deer River Adventures offers kayak and canoe rentals and guided tours on the Red Deer River. Join us on a tour of the scenic Red Deer River in the badlands of central Alberta or rent a kayak or canoe and experience the stunning scenery and unique geology of the area. Two-hour, half day and full day tours follow the path of the dinosaur hunters through the badlands of central Alberta. Shuttles to pick up and drop off points also available.
This annual event in Drumheller is celebrating it's 6th year of hosting a weekend full of heavy metal in the Canadian Badlands. This 3-day event live heavy metal, freakshows, guitar clinics, drum clinics, suspension demonstrations, camping, food trucks, and vendors. This is an all ages event and to get all the festival information, lineup and tickets, visit our website or Facebook page!
As one of the top 10 Gran Fondo bicycle events in Canada we offer riding distances from 50 km to 162 km. Ride your bike along the beautiful Red Deer river valley, take in fabulous vistas, the unusual badlands terrain (watch out for the dinosaurs!), cross the river on the ferry and ride over 10 wooden bridges into Wayne (population of 26) on your way to the Baconsaurus Station. There are fully stocked aid stations enroute and a great lunch after your ride. Staying overnight? Join the fun at our special pre-event dinner.