Take a prehistoric road trip to dinosaur destinations across northern Alberta and BC!
Get on the #DinoTrail and adventure among the dinosaurs and giant landscapes connecting Grande Cache, Grande Prairie, Tumbler Ridge and Prince George.
Four massive DINO destinations—the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, Tumbler Ridge Museum, The Exploration Place and Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive Centre—deliver you into prehistoric times with hands-on experiences, interpretation, virtual reality and real, palaeontological outdoor activities:
time jump into prehistoric times using VR
Put on the headset and become a palaeontologist, at one of the most important sites for dinosaur tracks in the world! New for summer 2023, the Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive Centre introduces an amazing virtual reality experience that will take you back into prehistoric times.
walk in dino footprints along the Rockies
At Tumbler Ridge Museum this summer, book a day or night tour following in the tracks of dinosaurs guaranteed to open your eyes to the impact these beasts had on the landscape. Tours run July through August.
meet dino cousins and get hands-on
The Exploration Place in Prince George has collections that span from the dinosaur age to its ancient mammalian successors and living cousins including tortoises, birds and snakes. Plus, many chances to learn through hands-on exploration.
dig in bonebeds, see amazing fossils
The Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum invites you to become a palaeontologist for a day! (tours run Jun - Aug)
This is the Indiana Jones of dinosaur tours, where you can join a field crew and dig at an excavation site, interacting with actual researchers to learn more about the fascinating science of palaeontology, and then witness their discoveries.
Northern Alberta and BC are on the vanguard of dinosaur research, with some of the most fossil-rich bonebeds and dinosaur discoveries in the world.
Recent discoveries here are propelling palaeontology in the area, and bringing new experiences to dino lovers everywhere.
East to west or west to east, or any point in between, you can set out on a road trip that will fulfill any dino lover's wildest dreams.