The Palaeontology Museum in the University of Alberta ranks as the number one attraction for school parties. It is not ... More
The Palaeontology Museum in the University of Alberta ranks as the number one attraction for school parties. It is not surprising, given the wide range of incredible dinosaur fossils and mega bones on display. Dinosaurs are fascinating for the young and the young at heart, so it is well worth making a prior appointment. The most complete dinosaur skeleton found to date is on display. Many of the fossils displayed come from Alberta and other parts of Western Canada, while the rest hail from around the world. Admission is free. Call for details.
You may need more than one visit to see everything at this large and extensive museum of local history. The
exhibitions change on a regular basis; the Royal Alberta Museum is always packed with humans and natural history, and ...
Located in a historic building, the Jasper Yellowhead Museum & Archives houses nearly 200 years of human heritage. Find artifacts
from Jasper's fur trade days, bits and pieces of the Pocahontas coalmine and an interpretive exhibit that focuses on ...
This museum is situated in the university district, but that doesn't mean you only meet students here. Visitors can learn
a lot about the geology of Hamburg and the surrounding regions, but there are also finds and models of ...