Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Drumheller

Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology

This fantastic museum is one of the preeminent dinosaur museums on the planet. Even if you have no interest in dinos, you'll come out feeling like you missed your calling as a paleontologist. The exhibits are nothin…
Mine in Drumheller

Atlas Coal Mine

Home to the last wooden tipple (a coal-loading structure) in Canada, Atlas Coal Mine closed its production in 1959. Today it's an engaging historic sight where you can check out the original mine buildings and chat …
Museum in Drumheller

East Coulee School Museum

This original village school in art-deco style doubled in size to eight rooms during the coal mining boom of the 1930s. Exhibits inside detail the history of East Coulee (once bigger than Drumheller) and of the scho…
Bridge in Drumheller

Rosedale Suspension Bridge

This suspension bridge isn't very long or particularly high, but it's definitely not for the faint of heart. Made of see-through wire mesh, it sways like a river reed in the wind. The bridge was used by miners from …
Landmark in Drumheller

World's Largest Dinosaur

In a town filled with dinosaurs, this T rex is the king of them all. Standing 26m high above a parking lot, it dominates the Drumheller skyline (and is featured in the Guinness Book of Records). It's worth climbing …
Canyon in Drumheller

Horseshoe Canyon

The baddest of the badlands can be seen at Horseshoe Canyon, a spectacular chasm cut into the otherwise flat prairie located 17km west of Drumheller on Hwy 9. A large sign in the parking lot explains the geology of …