Hours & Admission


May 15 – August 31: Open seven days a week, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

During summer hours, the last daily ticket time for Museum entry is 7:30 p.m., with no entry past 8:00 p.m.

September 1 – May 14: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed Mondays, except holiday Mondays.

From September 1 to May 14, the last daily ticket time for Museum entry is 3:30 p.m., with no entry after 4:00 p.m.

Although advance bookings are not required, walk-up admission is subject to availability. We recommend that you buy tickets in advance, to guarantee you’ll be able to enter the Museum at your preferred time.

Royal Tyrrell Museum Cooperating Society members are asked to pre-book their free timed tickets either by logging into their accounts through the Museum's website, or by contacting our Membership Department at 403-820-6222 or membership@tyrrellmuseum.ca

All other pass holders eligible for discounts or free tickets must purchase advance tickets online at full price, then present their pass/card and payment card at the entrance on the day they visit to receive the applicable refund.

Please note: Construction and lane closures on the Gordon Taylor Bridge between downtown Drumheller and the Museum will cause traffic delays on Highway 56 from April 29 – September 30, 2024.

Admission Rates

 Regular Admission 
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 

All prices include tax.

Family Rate will automatically calculate at checkout when purchasing tickets online.

Admission is free for Alberta Culture Days, September 28 & 29, 2024.

Additional Notes

If you arrive earlier or later than your ticket time, you may be re-booked for the current time, subject to availability. Please inquire with our Visitor Services staff.

Memberships can be purchased in advance by contacting membership@tyrrellmuseum.ca

If you run into any problems buying tickets online, email your request to tyrrell.bookings@gov.ab.ca


Pass holders entitled to free tickets (e.g., CFOne card holders, registered Canoo participants, EAHP pass holders) and individuals eligible for the discounts below must purchase advance tickets online at full price. On the day you visit, you will need to present your pass/card and payment card at the entrance to receive the applicable refund.

CFOne Card

Military personnel and their immediate family (two adults and their dependent children) with a valid CFOne card receive free unlimited admission to Alberta’s provincial museums, historic sites, and interpretive centres. Pre-purchased tickets required.


New Canadian citizens and permanent residents can register for Canoo through the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, which allows discounted access to participating institutions (including the Royal Tyrrell Museum). Pre-purchased tickets required. 

Experience Alberta’s History Pass (EAHP)

Purchase an EAHP and receive unlimited regular admission for one year to Alberta’s provincially operated historic sites, museums, and interpretive centres. Pre-purchased tickets required.

Access 2 Entertainment Card

We are a participating venue for the Access 2 Entertainment Program, administered by Easter Seals Canada. Pre-purchased tickets required.



Museum visitors explore an exhibit.