Satellite Exhibits

Can’t get enough of Alberta’s prehistoric past? Check out some of the other places in the province  where you can learn more about what types of fossils we’ve found, where we’ve found them, and why Alberta is such an incredible place to find the fossilized remains of plants and animals.

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    Devil's Coulee Dinosaur Egg Site

    For every dinosaur, large or small, life started inside an egg. This is Canada’s first known dinosaur nesting site.


  • Field Station at Dinosaur Provincial Park

    Field Station

    The Royal Tyrrell Museum Field Station in Dinosaur Provincial Park exhibits some of the many dinosaur fossils found in the past 100 years.


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    Alberta's Fossil Trail

    Follow the trail of important fossil localities across the province—from Lundbreck Falls in the far south to Pipestone Creek near Grande Prairie.


  • Hoodoos

    Hoodoos

    Walk among the icons of the Alberta badlands and learn how they were formed and why they’re important to preserve.


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