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Drumheller, Alberta, Canada: Tyra: World's Largest Dinosaur Team Field Report

60 1 Ave W., Drumheller, AB, Canada
On the east side of Hwy 56, just south of the bridge across Michichi Creek.
Daily summer 9-9, otherwise 10-5:30. Closed Tu-W in Jan-Feb. Lit at night. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $5.
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World's Largest Dinosaur.

Tyra: World's Largest Dinosaur

86 feet high, 151 feet long, over twice the size of any other statue in Canada. You can climb stairs inside her belly for a view out of her toothy mouth. Report... [11/12/2023]

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World's Largest Dinosaur

The World's Largest Dinosaur is alive and well in Drumheller! Go to the Visitor's Center, pay $2.00, and climb the dinosaur's inside stairs for a view out his mouth. Be sure to visit the Drumheller Hoodoos (they take millions of years to form and stand 5 to 7 metres tall) and the Royal Tyrrell Museum (with ten galleries devoted to palaeontology, 40 dinosaur skeletons, and more than 110,000 fossil specimens).

[Cindy Laursen, 07/31/2013]

Dinosaurs of Drumheller.

World's Largest Dinosaur (and Friends)

The World's Largest Dinsosaur has plenty of company all around Drumheller. The record-holder stand over 80 feet tall, but another T-Rex nearby measures a more life-like 20 feet. In the photo, the t-rex in the back actually stands four times as tall as the nearer one.

Dinosaur pop up all over town: on street corners; as lawn ornaments; in front of businesses; and busting through the wall of the IGA Supermarket.

[Adam Bubrow, 09/18/2004]

The World's Largest Dinosaur is 82 ft. tall, 151 ft. long, made of fiberglass.

World's Largest Dinosaur

This 82 foot beast was a year 2000 project for the Drumheller Regional Chamber of Development & Tourism in Alberta. It's 82 feet high and 151 feet long. Looking at it is free, but climbing the 106 steps into its mouth costs $2 Canadian [Update: $5 in 2023].

[Craig S. Thom, 05/08/2001]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Towering Miner, Quirky MuseumTowering Miner, Quirky Museum, Drumheller, AB, Canada - < 1 mi.
30-Foot-Tall Jesus of the Dinosaurs30-Foot-Tall Jesus of the Dinosaurs, Drumheller, AB, Canada - 1 mi.
Drumheller's Little ChurchDrumheller's Little Church, Drumheller, AB, Canada - 4 mi.
In the region:
Starship Enterprise, Vulcan, AB, Canada - 77 mi.

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