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Collection by Brittany Ratcliffe

Brittany Ratcliffe
Need to plan a trip to see the world's largest dinosaur in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. You can climb stairs up & into it's mouth! Yeah, Eric and I need to add this to our someday road trip. He'll love that, muahahaha. Giant Dinosaur, Largest Dinosaur, O Canada, Alberta Canada, Statues, Ontario, Roadside Attractions, T Rex, Along The Way

Need to plan a trip to see the world's largest dinosaur in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. You can climb stairs up & into it's mouth! #travel

The Swinging Bridge in Drumheller, Alberta.Yes, it swings side to side wasn't a favourite experience for me but you should experience the walk across at least once, oh the kids love laughing at the adults who freak out on it. Drumheller Alberta, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, Places Ive Been, Places To Visit, Vacation Wishes, Summer Vacations, Canada, Suspension Bridge

swinging bridge Drumheller, Alberta. A guy rode his bicycle down this bridge while we were on it, and a fight almost broke out! Haha

75 Things To Do in Drumheller, Canada My Road Trip, Family Road Trips, Family Travel, Vacation Wishes, Dream Vacations, Alaska Travel, Canada Travel, Drumheller Alberta, Alberta Travel

Drumheller Things to Do – Attractions & Must See

Drumheller Things to Do Drumheller, a small town located in the Alberta Badlands, was once a mining town, but today it’s a major tourist draw. Take a look

The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology is in the heart of the badlands in Drumheller, Alberta. One of my most favourite places. O Canada, Canada Travel, Places Ive Been, Places To Go, Canadian History, Travel Memories, The Province, Drumheller Alberta, The Good Place

Royal Tyrrell Museum

The Royal Tyrrell Museum is in the heart of the badlands, 6 km northwest of Drumheller, Alberta, in Midland Provincial Park. Spend a few hours visiting the Museum, and note that Drumheller and surrounding area have a lot to offer! The Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller is home to over 120,000 individual specimens. The museum is one of the world’s premiere palaeontological research facilities, and is Canada’s only museum dedicated exclusively to palaeontology.

Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site is famous for fascinating underground tours, train tours, and tipple tours Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Underground Tour, Ghost Walk, Train Tour, Beautiful Places To Live, History Projects, Amazing Race, G Adventures

Mine Blowing Adventure | Atlas Coal Mine

Atlas Coal Mine is a National Historic Site located in the Drumheller Valley. Learn the amazing stories of the miners who worked here and their history.