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  • 1 Canadian Badlands Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    The Alberta Badlands, a landscape of striated cliffs, flat-topped buttes and deep gullies, are among the richest fossil deposits in the world: in this region, which was inhabited by dinosaurs around 65 million years ago, erosion and water runoff have..

  • 2 Royal Tyrrell Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Hwy 383 - Midland Provincial Park

    This splendid museum, designed by Douglas Craig of Calgary, blends in well with the Badlands landscape. Inside, the highlight is the Dinosaur Gallery, where the major dinosaurs who formerly inhabited this area are re-created, some with original fossi..

  • 3 World's Largest Dinosaur

    Museums and art

    60 1st-Av.-West

    Dominating the entrance to the visitor centre of Drumheller is an 86ft-high replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex, billed as "The World's Largest T-Rex." Constructed of fibreglass and steel and completed in the summer of 2000, the giant T-Rex cont..

  • 4 Badlands Historical Centre

    Museums and art

    335 1st-St.-East

    Devoted to the history, ecology, and flora and fauna of the area, the centre features exhibits, interactive displays, artifacts and dinosaur fossils. Items related to the subjects explored in the displays, such as books and fossils, are for sale in t..

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