Skeleton recreations so real you
will think you got lost in time!
The museum is named after Joseph Tyrrell who discovered bones of
a massive carnivorous Albertosaurus in 1894. This stunning
museum contains a wealth of information about our 4.6 billion year
old planet. The highlight is the display of some of the best
fossils yet found. Walk through the prehistoric gardens, interactive
exhibits, giant dioramas and computer simulations. There is
a separate marine fossil section and open-glass obsrvation of the
science labs. The museum is open year round and is close to
the Alberta Badlands and the famous hoodoos.