"Welcome to Drumheller"...the whole town is crazy for anything Dinosaur...it's all about these prehistoric creatures including of course "T-REX, and other various status of them scattered around town wherein they are engaged in having some fun.... (my hubby in the picture).
|...please take me for a ride in your side car|
Dinosaur's, Dinosaur's, and more Dinosaur's... Drumheller, Alberta is home to the world class Royal Terrell Museum - and as they say;
"The Royal Tyrrell Museum is a popular Canadian tourist attraction and a leading centre of palaeontological research noted for its collection of more than 130,000 fossils."
Just a few pictures above, but you could take thousands, as it just keeps getting better and better as you travel though the museum displays.
There are lots of hotels motels etc, but if camping or RV'ing stay at the Hoodoos RV Resort & Campground http://www.hoodooresort.com the staff are friendly, the showers clean and tidy and good laundry facility as well. It is located along the Red Deer River and the "hoodoo's" are just down the Highway.
You can not explain the Hoodoos better than what the Royal Tyrell Museum states; and it's another must see while in Drumheller. Their site explains the Hoodoos;