The Royal Tyrrell Museum is a museum in Drumheller, Alberta dedicated to the science of palaeontology. It has one of the largest displays of dinosaur fossils in the world and hosts a range of educational programs and activities to teach the public about the prehistoric past.
The museum opened its doors in 1985. It is dedicated to the collection, preservation, presentation, and interpretation of paleontological history.
The museum welcomes the public to participate in its programs that allow people to search for fossil replicas and see real fossils still in the ground. It also hosts school programs and other fun programs for kids.