The Royal Tyrrell Museum is nestled in the heart of the Canadian Badlands, 6 km (4 mi) northwest of Drumheller, Alberta, in Midland Provincial Park.
Toll free in North America (outside Alberta)
Toll free in Alberta
310-0000 then (403) 823-7707
Outside North America
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is nestled in the heart of the Canadian Badlands, 6 km (4 mi) northwest of Drumheller, Alberta, in Midland Provincial Park. Plan to spend anywhere from two hours to two days visiting the Museum (two-day passes are available so you don’t miss anything!).
Distances and Times by Car
- Calgary 138 km (85mi) 1 hr 30 min
- Edmonton 280 km (174 mi) 3 hrs
- Drumheller 6 km (4 mi) 7 min
- Red Deer 169 km (105 mi) 2 hrs
- Banff 264 km (163 mi) 3 hrs
- Brooks 138 km (85 mi) 1 hr 30 min
- Lethbridge 302 km (188 mi) 3 hrs 15 min
- Medicine Hat 251 km (156 mi) 2 hrs 30 min
Programming your GPS? The Royal Tyrrell Museum is located here:
1500 North Dinosaur Trail (Note: this is not a mailing address)
Universal Transverse Mercator System
12 U 375679 5704697 (WGS84)
Longitude: 112° 47' 21.4" W
Latitude: 51° 28' 45.7" N
Elevation: 2300 ft. or 690 m
Other Badlands Attractions
There are lots of fun things to do in and around Drumheller!
Willow Creek Hoodoo Provincial Historic Site
Located only 16 km east of Drumheller, along Highway 10, these unique geological wonders allow visitors to see the forces of natural erosion at work.