Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum is an international institute for experiential learning dedicated to Alberta’s palaeontological heritage, through research, collection, preservation, exhibition, public programming, publications and innovative outreach.

A world-class facility with innovative exhibit galleries, classrooms, a 70-seat theatre, a palaeo-research lab, a restaurant and a gift shop offering a range of services, programs and events.


THE PACHYRHINOSAURUS is a medium size horned dinosaur that likely migrated in large herds.  It had a large neck frill, a parrot-like beak and horns on it’s head. It’s thick nose bone may have been used as a battering ram against enemies.


Hey kids!  Check out the Kid Zone for Dino’s of the Peace, Ask A Palaeo and the Trodon Challenge!

Plus some rad Downloads like Colouring Sheets, Crosswords, Mazes, Word Scrambles and more!

Mighty Peace Harley-Davidson Aykroyd Family Ride

Left, David Brown and right, Dan Aykroyd lead the Mighty Peace Harley-Davidson Aykroyd Family Ride to the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum on Saturday, August 9th. The ride had over 650 participants and arrived at the museum site in time for the riders to join in on the ribbon-cutting ceremony and free public barbecue.

Photo by Candice Popik, Popik Photography

Upcoming EVENTS


Grand Opening

Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum




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