World's Largest Dinosaur
Dinosaur Trail, Horseshoe Canyon & Hoodoo Drive
Drumheller is on the Dinosaur Trail, a 48km loop that runs northwest from town and includes Hwys 837 and 838; the scenery is quite worth...
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
This fantastic museum is one of the preeminent dinosaur museums on the planet. It's not an overstatement to say that no trip to Alberta...
Whif's Flapjack House
The name is the menu: waffles, hamburgers, ice cream, flapjacks and salad. Big portions, a miniature train track suspended from the...
Lonely Planet review
Warning – cheesy tourist attraction ahead! In a town filled to the brim with dinosaurs, this T-Rex is the king of them all and features in the Guinness Book of Records . Standing 26m above a parking lot, it dominates the Drumheller skyline. It's big, not-at-all scary and cost over a million bucks to build, which explains the admission price to go up the 106 steps for the view from its mouth. Kids love it and, truth be told, the view is pretty good. Ironically, the dinosaur isn't even Jurassically accurate; at 46m long, it's about 4.5 times bigger than its extinct counterpart.