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.
For seven days in July experience theatre that is amazing in every way. Set in a vast natural outdoor amphitheatre, the 18th annual production will carry you back over 2,000 years and invite you into the dramatic portrayal of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Located in Brooks and close to Alberta’s largest manmade lake – Lake Newell – the Brooks and District Museum Visitor Information Centre is housed in the Brooks and District Museum and situated adjacent to the Kiwanis Campground. We are open for 10 months of the year and provide free Wi-Fi, a small gift shop with locally made products and hot and cold beverages. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will help direct you to your destination and provide travel recommendations for attractions in the area and the province of Alberta.
Explore Banff from an amazing Gondola ride before you visit one of the most stunning lakes in the world - Lake Louise. Sit and admire the stunning views that surround the most famous lake in the Canadian Rockies before embarking to Jasper, Edmonton and Drumheller.
Take a step back in time! Head-Smashed-In Historic Site and Museum commemorates the oldest buffalo jump on the Canadian prairie. In contrast you will also visit Drumheller and see the Badlands where dinosaurs used to roam.
Explore the Rockies and discover the Dinosaurs of Canada on this superb 11-day Canada Self-Drive holiday.
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!
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.