Dinosaur Provincial Park

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  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Monday, September 20, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Monday, September 20, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:00 p.m.

    Monday, September 20, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9 a.m.

    Tuesday, September 21, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Fossil Safari p.m.

    Tuesday, September 21, 2021

    Join your park guide on a safari through the badlands for a chance to discover the rich fossil resource at this protected UNESCO World Heritage Site! Visit an "in-situ" fossil site where you will find fossils on the surface and learn how to identify them. No digging or removal of fossils! Take a close look at micro (small) fossils and learn about the diversity of animals that lived here 75 million years ago in the late Cretaceous. All ages are welcome and will enjoy this safari.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Tuesday, September 21, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Family Dino Stomp a.m.

    Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:00 p.m.

    Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9 a.m.

    Thursday, September 23, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Thursday, September 23, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9 a.m.

    Friday, September 24, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Cast from the Past

    Friday, September 24, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Friday, September 24, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Friday, September 24, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Family Dino Stomp a.m.

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9 a.m.

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Great Badlands Hike

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Calling all adventurers! This lengthy hike is an exhilarating experience that takes you over steep slopes, through coulees, and deep into the badlands.
    Throughout your adventure, your guide will explain why the park is one of the richest sites in the world for late cretaceous fossils! Whether it s the fossils, the serenading songbirds or catching a glimpse of the hardy wildlife that excites you, our longest tour is aimed to satisfy your appetite (bring your own snacks though!) for knowledge both ancient and present-day.

    When: 9:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $35, Youth (ages 10-17) $20
  • Cast from the Past

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Fossil Safari p.m.

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Join your park guide on a safari through the badlands for a chance to discover the rich fossil resource at this protected UNESCO World Heritage Site! Visit an "in-situ" fossil site where you will find fossils on the surface and learn how to identify them. No digging or removal of fossils! Take a close look at micro (small) fossils and learn about the diversity of animals that lived here 75 million years ago in the late Cretaceous. All ages are welcome and will enjoy this safari.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Saturday, September 25, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Family Dino Stomp a.m.

    Sunday, September 26, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9 a.m.

    Sunday, September 26, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Fossil Safari p.m.

    Sunday, September 26, 2021

    Join your park guide on a safari through the badlands for a chance to discover the rich fossil resource at this protected UNESCO World Heritage Site! Visit an "in-situ" fossil site where you will find fossils on the surface and learn how to identify them. No digging or removal of fossils! Take a close look at micro (small) fossils and learn about the diversity of animals that lived here 75 million years ago in the late Cretaceous. All ages are welcome and will enjoy this safari.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Monday, September 27, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Monday, September 27, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Tuesday, September 28, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Wednesday, September 29, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Family Dino Stomp a.m.

    Thursday, September 30, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Thursday, September 30, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Friday, October 1, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Friday, October 1, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Friday, October 1, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Friday, October 1, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Family Dino Stomp p.m.

    Saturday, October 2, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Cast from the Past

    Saturday, October 2, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Saturday, October 2, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Saturday, October 2, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Saturday, October 2, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Fossil Safari a.m.

    Sunday, October 3, 2021

    Join your park guide on a safari through the badlands for a chance to discover the rich fossil resource at this protected UNESCO World Heritage Site! Visit an "in-situ" fossil site where you will find fossils on the surface and learn how to identify them. No digging or removal of fossils! Take a close look at micro (small) fossils and learn about the diversity of animals that lived here 75 million years ago in the late Cretaceous. All ages are welcome and will enjoy this safari.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Cast from the Past

    Sunday, October 3, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Sunday, October 3, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Sunday, October 3, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Sunday, October 3, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Sunday, October 3, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Monday, October 4, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Monday, October 4, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Tuesday, October 5, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Tuesday, October 5, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Wednesday, October 6, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, October 6, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Thursday, October 7, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Thursday, October 7, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Friday, October 8, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Friday, October 8, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Friday, October 8, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Family Dino Stomp p.m.

    Saturday, October 9, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Cast from the Past

    Saturday, October 9, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Saturday, October 9, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Saturday, October 9, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Saturday, October 9, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Fossil Safari a.m.

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

    Join your park guide on a safari through the badlands for a chance to discover the rich fossil resource at this protected UNESCO World Heritage Site! Visit an "in-situ" fossil site where you will find fossils on the surface and learn how to identify them. No digging or removal of fossils! Take a close look at micro (small) fossils and learn about the diversity of animals that lived here 75 million years ago in the late Cretaceous. All ages are welcome and will enjoy this safari.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Cast from the Past

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Monday, October 11, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Monday, October 11, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Friday, October 15, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Friday, October 15, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Family Dino Stomp p.m.

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Cast from the Past

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Sunday, October 17, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Sunday, October 17, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Sunday, October 17, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Sunday, October 17, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Monday, October 18, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Monday, October 18, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Friday, October 22, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Friday, October 22, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Friday, October 22, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Friday, October 22, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Family Dino Stomp p.m.

    Saturday, October 23, 2021

    Stomp back in time and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures who once roamed these lands. Learn about the dinosaur enthusiasts who are uncovering the Mesozoic mysteries lying just beneath the hills. We will make a number of stops throughout the meandering valleys of the badlands on this family friendly hike.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth (ages 7-17) $16, Child (ages 6 & under) $8, Baby (0-3) $2, Family $82
  • Cast from the Past

    Saturday, October 23, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Saturday, October 23, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Saturday, October 23, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Saturday, October 23, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Sunday, October 24, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Sunday, October 24, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Sunday, October 24, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Sunday, October 24, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Monday, October 25, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Monday, October 25, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Friday, October 29, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Friday, October 29, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Friday, October 29, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Friday, October 29, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Cast from the Past

    Saturday, October 30, 2021

    Join us in the Palaeo Lab and create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn about the scientific work that takes a fossil from a simple curiosity to a piece of scientific evidence. You will discover how the very fossil you have replicated may have helped change our view of dinosaurs, brought new understanding about ancient environments, or even told the story of its own death. Enter the palaeontology lab in the Park Visitor Centre/Field Station to experience some of the real behind-the-scenes work of palaeontology. Every participant gets to make an authentic fossil replica to take home.

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult (18 years and up) $15; Youth (7-17 years) $15
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Saturday, October 30, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Saturday, October 30, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Saturday, October 30, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Explorer's Bus Tour p.m.

    Sunday, October 31, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $22, Youth $12 (ages 7 - 17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $68
  • Explorer's Bus Tour a.m.

    Sunday, October 31, 2021

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site from the eyes of the First Nations people, fossil hunters and palaeontologists who came to this rugged part of Alberta in years past. From the comfort and safety of the park bus, experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada. You are on and off the bus a few times as your park guide shows you the interesting land formations and fossils including an  in-situ  hadrosaur (in the rock that it was found).

    When: 10:00 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $25, Youth $16 (ages 7-17 yrs), Child $8 (ages 4-6 yrs), Baby $2 (0-3 yrs), Family $82
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 9:30 a.m.

    Sunday, October 31, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 9:30 a.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike 1:30 p.m.

    Sunday, October 31, 2021

    This adventure is your opportunity to experience the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous. With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek over sandy terrain, over hoo-doo passes, and through grassy valleys to a former dig site (known as a bonebed) that contains the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs!

    As you investigate the clues in the landscape, you will discover the ideas about why so many dinosaurs are preserved at this one unique site.

    When: 1:30 p.m.
    Fee: Adult $30, Youth (ages 10-17) $18, Family $96