Come visit the museum and explore what all we have to offer!

The Museum is located 19 km west of Grande Prairie in Wembley, Alberta, 13 km from the largest horned dinosaur bone-bed in the world – the home of Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. The museum sits on Highway 43, the heavily-traveled tourist route to Alaska with 10,000 vehicles passing by everyday!

Museum DIRECTIONS

 HEADING WEST

GRANDE PRAIRIE (21MIN)

VALLEYVIEW (1.5hr)

WHITECOURT (3HR)

EDMONTON (5HR)

Take the AB-43 North to Grande Prairie

Use the right lane to take the AB-43 S ramp to Grande Prairie

Continue onto AB-43 S

Turn right onto 132 Ave/Township Rd 720

Turn left onto 116 St/Range Rd 63

Turn right onto AB-43 W and head straight for 18km

Exit the highway by turning left onto Range Rd 82A

Then turn right onto 112 Ave, the museum will be on your right!

HEADING East

BEAVERLODGE (16MIN)
DAWSON CREEK (1HR 15MIN)
FORT ST. JOHN (2HR 12MIN)

Head straight onto Hwy 2 South

Stay on Hwy 2 South, entering Alberta

Continue onto AB-43 East

Exit the highway by turning right onto Range Rd 82A

Then turn right onto 112 Ave, the museum will be on your right!

Pipestone creek bonebed DIRECTIONS

From the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum

Head east on 112 Ave toward Range Rd 82A

Turn right onto Range Rd 82A

Continue onto 97 St

Turn left onto 101 Ave

Continue across the railroad tracks onto Range Rd 82

Continue onto Township Rd 703A

Continue onto Range Rd 81A

Turn right onto Range Rd 81B

Continue onto Range Rd 81A

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