Driving thru the Badlands on Route to the Royal Tyrrell Museum

On the road to the Dinosaur Museum with the family.  The Badlands is a beautiful place.



From: the Wiki

The Royal Tyrrell Museum is a Canadian tourist attraction and a center of paleontologist research[3] noted for its collection of more than 130,000 fossils.

Located 6 kilometers (4 mi) northwest from Drumheller, Alberta and 135 kilometers (84 mi) northeast from Calgary, the museum is situated in the middle of the fossil-bearing strata of the Late Cretaceous Horseshoe Canyon Formation and holds numerous specimens from the Alberta badlands, Dinosaur Provincial Park and the Devil’s Coulee Dinosaur Egg Site.

The Royal Tyrrell Museum is operated by Alberta’s Ministry of Culture.

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