Royal Tyrrell Museum,
Drumheller, Alberta

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This world renown museum of paleontology is located on the north edge of the town of Drumheller, just 6 kilometres from the centre of town. Named for Joseph Tyrrell who discovered the bones of Albertosaurus (a meat-eating cousin of the Tyrannosaurus Rex) in 1884, it features displays of some of the best fossils in the world, plus entertaining interactive exhibits for children and many other attractions.

The photos below offer a glimpse of the many exhibits.

Barry Jennings

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