Drumheller Drumheller is a small town in the Red Deer Valley in the middle east of Alberta, Canada, 110 kilometers northeast of the provincial capital Calgary. The Drumheller section of the Red Deer Valley is commonly referred to as the Dinosaur Valley.
Drumheller's Royal Tyrrell Museum is Canada's only museum dedicated to paleontology and one of the largest dinosaur museums in the world. There are 150,000 fossil collections in the museum, and the dinosaur exhibition displays more than 40 complete dinosaur skeletons, the scale of which is second to none in the world.
When you walk out of the museum, you can reach the "Trail of the Fossil Hunters" without any effort, and explore the wonderful and ancient rock formations and fossils in this evil land like the Yadan landform. Floor. With your eyes wide open, you may encounter unexpected fossils with dinosaurs or other Cretaceous creatures.