Set in the legendary badlands of south eastern Alberta, Dinosaur Provincial Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is remarkable for its vast badlands, inestimable volume of fossils and palaeontological treasures, and unique riverside habitat. Camp under massive cottonwoods, or stay in a comfort campsite beside the river. Book a guided tour or take the family on a self-guided interpretive walk. Be sure to check out the many exhibits in the visitor centre and throughout around the park.
Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum is an international institute for experiential learning dedicated to Alberta’s palaeontological heritage, through research, collection, preservation, exhibition, public programming, publications and innovative outreach. It is a world-class facility featuring exhibit galleries, theatre, classrooms, palaeo-labs, restaurant, gift shop and a fossil walk.
The world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the science of palaeontology. In addition to housing one of the world’s largest displays of dinosaurs, the museum offers a wide variety of creative, fun and educational programmes that bring the prehistoric past to life.
Explore the Rockies and discover the Dinosaurs of Canada on this superb 11-day Canada Self-Drive holiday.
This 14-day tailor-made self-drive perfectly encapsulates the two very different regions of Alberta's Rocky Mountains and badlands.
The grandeur of the Canadian Rockies awaits you! Travel the famous Icefields Parkway, Drumheller, Cypress Hills and Edmonton.
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!