Wembley, Alberta, Canada: Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum

Large collection of dinosaur skeletons. Opened in 2015 near the largest horned dinosaur bone-bed in the world, where herds of dinosaurs drowned at Pipestone Creek.

9301 112 Ave., Wembley, AB, Canada
On the south side of Hwy 43, about 19 km west of Grande Prairie or 21 km east of Beaverlodge.
Daily 10-6; off-season closed Mondays. (Call to verify)
Adults $14.
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Dinosaur Museum.

Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum

Just off the highway, would recommend this stop to any dinosaur enthusiast. There are several interactive exhibits inside, a dinosaur-themed playground, and you can even eat at the dinosaur restaurant.

[Anna Blair, 05/31/2019]

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