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.

Upcoming EVENTS

Jun16

55 North Conference Reception

7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Jun17

Summer Programs

Come out to the Museum and to Pipestone Creek Bonebed this summer to participate in our summer programs in anticipation of our opening fall 2015.

Click here to learn more!

DINO OF THE MONTH

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 its head. Its thick nose bone may have been used as a battering ram against enemies.

KID ZONE

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

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

Newsosaur

Blogosaur

EXHIBIT SPONSORS

Ken Sargent GMCGP Auto GroupGrowing the North ConferenceGreenBuilt Homes & Wembley DevelopmentsFriends of Pipestone CreekCanadian TirePembinaPCL Construction LeadersKen and Teresa Sargent Family FoundationEncana Natural GasSaddle Hills CountyPomeroy LodgingCanadian NaturalAlliance Pipeline
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