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Drumheller hasn't got the neatest population of Hotels. This one is right next to the big Dino, so very much in the center. It's neat. Makes a clean impression, but nothing over the top.
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... and want to make this drive, plan extra time in order to shoot some great photos.
The museum is amazing. There are interactive displays that kids can do. One that Zaya loved was touch screen where a dinosaur is outlined then parts are jumbled together in a corner. You must touch and drag each part to the outline and when it is placed correctly the screen lights up. Zaya was so excited ...
... July) - Although it had rained most of the night and was still raining that morning, we went to their weekly market held in their ice hockey rink to see what they had to offer. We had to wind our way around the downtown area to find a parking spot since they were getting ready for their Canada Day parade. They had lots of "stuff" and baked goods, but nothing that caught our eye. Since it was still raining, we went to Wally World and then to the ...
I have seen some museums in my time, and to be honest, I think I've seen all I want to, they're all starting to blur into each other. That is until we went to the dinosaur museum at Drumheller, the Royal Tyrell Museum. The quality of the displays is fantastic, and the completeness of the dinosaur fossils is quite phenomenal. Drumheller is basically a dinosaur graveyard. The other thing that Drumheller supports, apart from tourism, is oil. There are oil wells dotted all over the ...
... on site. We did have a geocache to find here, and the listing said it was placed with approval, so we felt comfortable exploring. The stage is the size of 6 football fields. We were intrigued also by the building blocks – which looked like giant Lego.
We then went up a side road for a view spot and then up a different side road for a mini geocaching trail. The caches had us out of the car and seeing the terrain up close and looking mainly ...
... and tractors on poles to advertise a museum of Trucks and Tractors (what else), rolls of hay, signs saying Wheatland country and only the odd tree, usually near houses.
Drumheller has a lot of dinosaurs – small, large and enormous. We even saw street lights shaped as dinosaurs. It is the closest town to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology which friends Julie and Paul recommended a year ago when we were planning this trip. We discovered on arrival that it ...