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Check out our NEW ‘Secrets of the Wapiti’ Float Tour! Join us for a gentle 4-hour float down the Scenic Wapiti River, learning about the palaeontology, geology, and natural history of the area! Join us for an ancient river adventure. The perfect experience for family gatherings, couples, and tourist to the region.


Click to check out our ‘Paleaontologist for a Day’ program – a guided excavation at the Pipestone Creek Bonebed!


Information on our 2023 Summer Camps is now available here!


Night at the Museum is back for an epic summer sleep over experience!

Night at the Museum is back for an epic sleep over summer event! Sleep overs includes games, dino-themed activities, movie, movie snacks and breakfast. Sleeping bags and foamies (no larger than a twin), pj’s and stuffies.

3 dates available for summer 2023:

Saturday July 22, 2023

Saturday August 5, 2023

Saturday August 19, 2023


Cost: $62 per youth/child

Ages 7-14 years, ,ax 20 participants

Drop off between 6:30-7pm

Pick up at 10am the next day

Parents and younger siblings are welcome to join for breakfast the next day at 9am. Please pre-reserve your breakfast when you book ($9 per person). Questions- contact programsmanger@dinomuseum.ca


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PD Day Camps 2023

Ages 5-12

Looking for something to do during School Professional Development Days? Join us this school year as we explore and learn about dinosaurs! Come spend the day at the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum’s PD Day camps and enjoy a day full of dinosaur-themed fun!

Summer Camps 2023

Sign your dinosaur enthusiast up for a fun and educational week-long day camp this summer! The camps run throughout July and August, and take place in the museum and at Pipestone Creek Park.

See link below, or contact our Programs Coordinator (programsmanager@dinomuseum.ca) for more info.

Secrets Of The Wapiti

Boats, Floats and Anecdotes..

Right here in our own back yard. A tranquil trip discovering the Peace Region’s stunning natural history, both modern and prehistoric.

Join our team on this 5 hour outdoor excursion that start with a visit to our active Bonebed and then getting on board our raft as we head down Wapiti river.

Palaeo For A Day

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Palaeontologist in the field?!

Come dig alongside our talented palaeo crew and other palaeo professionals at our Pipestone Creek Bonebed, home of the Pachyrhinosaurus Lakustai!
We have VERY limited spots available and only have this program running 3 weeks total this summer.

Hungry? Visit Cafe on 43

Cafe on 43 is a coffee house and cafe located in the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum. They offer a variety of appetizers, lunch, entrees & desserts with new specials daily! With homestyle cooking and great service, you’re sure to enjoy your visit.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 8pm.