The 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.
See dinosaurs come to life right in front of your eyes with our newest and biggest special exhibit yet: Dinosaurs Unearthed!
Opening Good Friday, March 30, 2018 and lasting all through the summer, Dinosaurs Unearthed is an experience you won’t want to miss! [Learn more]
Palaeontologist for a Day
This summer, discover the undiscovered in our new Palaeontologist for a Day program!
Join a real dinosaur fossil excavation and search for the next dino discovery!
What Else Could it Be?
Join John Acorn “The Nature Nut” on Saturday, May 26 for a look at some of science’s missteps, the flawed evidence that led to them, and how they were corrected as part of our free lecture series. [Learn more]
Call for Board Nominations
If you or someone you know is passionate about the museum, consider applying to serve on the museum society’s board. [Learn more]
Pandas: The Journey Home
Starting Sunday, April 1, follow the lives of three young pandas as they leave the public spotlight at Chengdu and take their first steps on an extraordinary journey for their species. From tender moments to tenterhooks, every key event will be captured as China prepares to set them free. [Learn more]
Dinosaur symposium draws experts from across Canada
The Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum buzzed with activity over this past weekend as participants gathered for the museum’s first Fossil Forum symposium… [Learn more]
Walking with Dinosaurs
Starting Thursday, June 1 in the Aykroyd Family Theatre, experience life during the Cretaceous in BBC Earth’s Walking with Dinosaurs: Prehistoric Planet. [Learn more]
Feed your dino-sized hunger at the museum’s on-site restaurant – no gallery admission required! [Learn more]