My family and I were going on a trip to lake Louis and we stopped at this museum on the way. I personally found it boring and you have to do a lot of reading. My favourite types of museums are one with hands on...More
About Royal Tyrrell Museum
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This museum has lots of wonderful displays and appropriate information alongside them. We had some questions for a staff member and he was very helpful and took the time to answer fully. Sometimes it was difficult to get pictures because of reflection from lights and...More
This is a really intelligently designed museum, with a great mix of static exhibits, well-written information and videos. The stars are of course the dinosaurs. There are so many amazing original fossils - our usual discussion in the car afterwards of 'what was the best...More
We took our daughter here to learn about Dinosaurs but we were actually disappointed. Even though the rooms & displays showed a lot of facts, we didn't find the museum was laid out very well. As other people have stated, there are better dinosaur displays...More
Way more real fossils and displays vs. the cast displays that you see in other dinosaur museums. The lab was amazing to see. This is where all the magic happens.
I had visited the Royal Tyrell Museum with our daughter 18 years ago and had been waiting for an opportunity to go back and my husband had never visited since the "new" museum had been built. We had a most enjoyable day in the museum...More
A fascinating insight into the pre-human world with some wonderful specimens on show, especially the armour-plated nodosaur. It was busy the day we visited, but I never felt crowded and could look at leisure. A great hit with my 8-year-old too.