Virtual Tour: The Royal Tyrrell Museum

Virtual Tour: The Royal Tyrrell Museum

This virtual tour can be a bit awkward to navigate,
but if you click on that box in the bottom left hand corner
it will beam you to places around the museum and area. 

Click Here To View Royal Tyrel 360′ View

What you’ll see: 

Just inside the entrance:

T Rex – Always the Star:

Triceratops:

Big Fish:

Once an Ocean:

Sometimes a jungle:

Movie Time:

In the Lab:Get a T Rex T Shirt:

Exhibits are continuously being added and expanded.

Adult (18 – 64) $21.00
Senior (65+) $14.00
Youth (7 – 17) $10.00
Children (6 and under, ticket required) Free
Family (2 adults and their children 7 – 17, max. group size 8) $50.00
Members Free
Experience Alberta’s History Pass Holders Free

Effective December 13, 2020, the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology is temporarily closed

Despite the popularity of Dinosaurs, some people feared that nobody would come all the way out to Drumheller to see this. Since it’s opening in 1985 more than 13 million visitors have come from over 150 countries. They were wrong. 

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2 thoughts on “Virtual Tour: The Royal Tyrrell Museum”

  1. Thank you very much for the tour of this lands ancient history, reflective on how we are here to observe it and possibly the message behind it all:)

    1. Hey Brigita! Hope you can get out there sometime and find a bone or two. LoL! You can see how huge those badlands are. Lots to see.

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