Dinosaur Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Activities & Events

Guided Tours & Programs

Self-Guided Activities

Upcoming Events

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  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, April 20, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, April 27, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, May 18, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Saturday, May 18, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, May 18, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, May 18, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, May 19, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Sunday, May 19, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, May 19, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, May 22, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Wednesday, May 22, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, May 22, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, May 23, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Thursday, May 23, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, May 24, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Friday, May 24, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, May 25, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Saturday, May 25, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, May 25, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, May 25, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, May 26, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Sunday, May 26, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, May 26, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, May 26, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, May 29, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Wednesday, May 29, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, May 29, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, May 30, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Thursday, May 30, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Thursday, May 30, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, May 31, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Friday, May 31, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Friday, May 31, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, June 1, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Great Badlands Hike

      Saturday, June 1, 2024
    Great Badlands Hike

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

    Adventure awaits!

    On this hike you will explore the wild terrain of the badlands with a knowledgeable guide. Off the beaten path, you will traverse the stunning landscapes of fossil-bearing outcrops, grassy plateaus, and steep coulees that make Dinosaur Provincial Park so iconic.

    Whether it’s spotting modern wildlife, finding fossils in the rock, or stretching your legs that excites you, our longest tour is sure to satisfy your appetite (bring your own snacks though!).

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible. 

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: In front of the Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitors Centre
    Fee: $35/Adult, $20/Youth (12-17 years)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Saturday, June 1, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, June 1, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, June 1, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 2, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Sunday, June 2, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, June 2, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, June 2, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, June 5, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Wednesday, June 5, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, June 5, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Golden Hour Wander

      Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Golden Hour Wander

    This contemplative evening program is your opportunity to experience the striking badlands in new ways.

    Enjoy the diminishing rays of evening light on the hoodoos of the Valley of Gold. Learn about the history of human presence on this land, and come to appreciate the diversity of ways this landscape has been known and valued through time. The slower pace and smaller group size of this program offers a tailored, tranquil experience with ample time to enjoy the serene beauty of the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Thursday, June 6, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, June 7, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Friday, June 7, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Friday, June 7, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, June 8, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Saturday, June 8, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, June 8, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, June 8, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 9, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Sunday, June 9, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Bare Bones Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 9, 2024
    Bare Bones Bus Tour

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Excited to venture into the badlands, but short on time?

    Join this family-friendly bus tour to see a fully articulated duck-billed dinosaur skeleton right where it was discovered by the Park's first Park Ranger. Learn about the forces that shaped the badlands and their rich fossil deposits. See the other-worldly landscape of Dinosaur Provincial Park up close while enjoying this short-but-sweet excursion into the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $18/Adult, $12/Youth (7-17 years), $6/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, June 9, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, June 9, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, June 12, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Wednesday, June 12, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, June 12, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, June 13, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Thursday, June 13, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Golden Hour Wander

      Thursday, June 13, 2024
    Golden Hour Wander

    This contemplative evening program is your opportunity to experience the striking badlands in new ways.

    Enjoy the diminishing rays of evening light on the hoodoos of the Valley of Gold. Learn about the history of human presence on this land, and come to appreciate the diversity of ways this landscape has been known and valued through time. The slower pace and smaller group size of this program offers a tailored, tranquil experience with ample time to enjoy the serene beauty of the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Thursday, June 13, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, June 14, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Cast from the Past

      Friday, June 14, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Friday, June 14, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Bare Bones Bus Tour

      Friday, June 14, 2024
    Bare Bones Bus Tour

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Excited to venture into the badlands, but short on time?

    Join this family-friendly bus tour to see a fully articulated duck-billed dinosaur skeleton right where it was discovered by the Park's first Park Ranger. Learn about the forces that shaped the badlands and their rich fossil deposits. See the other-worldly landscape of Dinosaur Provincial Park up close while enjoying this short-but-sweet excursion into the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $18/Adult, $12/Youth (7-17 years), $6/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Fossil Safari

      Friday, June 14, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Capture the Badlands

      Friday, June 14, 2024
    Capture the Badlands

    The stunning landscapes of Dinosaur Provincial Park are best photographed in the optimal lighting conditions of those golden evening hours. Bring your camera and join us on a no-rush perusal of the park’s most scenic sites and striking landforms. Whether you are looking for sweeping vistas or like to focus on the macro details, this tour is an opportunity to take the time to capture those magical moments and compose the perfect shot.

    No minimum skill level or camera quality required. All photographers (especially the aspiring) welcome.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Center
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, June 15, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Great Badlands Hike

      Saturday, June 15, 2024
    Great Badlands Hike

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

    Adventure awaits!

    On this hike you will explore the wild terrain of the badlands with a knowledgeable guide. Off the beaten path, you will traverse the stunning landscapes of fossil-bearing outcrops, grassy plateaus, and steep coulees that make Dinosaur Provincial Park so iconic.

    Whether it’s spotting modern wildlife, finding fossils in the rock, or stretching your legs that excites you, our longest tour is sure to satisfy your appetite (bring your own snacks though!).

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible. 

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: In front of the Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitors Centre
    Fee: $35/Adult, $20/Youth (12-17 years)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Saturday, June 15, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Cast from the Past

      Saturday, June 15, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, June 15, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, June 15, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 16, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Cast from the Past

      Sunday, June 16, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Sunday, June 16, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Bare Bones Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 16, 2024
    Bare Bones Bus Tour

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Excited to venture into the badlands, but short on time?

    Join this family-friendly bus tour to see a fully articulated duck-billed dinosaur skeleton right where it was discovered by the Park's first Park Ranger. Learn about the forces that shaped the badlands and their rich fossil deposits. See the other-worldly landscape of Dinosaur Provincial Park up close while enjoying this short-but-sweet excursion into the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $18/Adult, $12/Youth (7-17 years), $6/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, June 16, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, June 16, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, June 19, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Wednesday, June 19, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, June 19, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, June 20, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Thursday, June 20, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Golden Hour Wander

      Thursday, June 20, 2024
    Golden Hour Wander

    This contemplative evening program is your opportunity to experience the striking badlands in new ways.

    Enjoy the diminishing rays of evening light on the hoodoos of the Valley of Gold. Learn about the history of human presence on this land, and come to appreciate the diversity of ways this landscape has been known and valued through time. The slower pace and smaller group size of this program offers a tailored, tranquil experience with ample time to enjoy the serene beauty of the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Thursday, June 20, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, June 21, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Friday, June 21, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Friday, June 21, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, June 22, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Cast from the Past

      Saturday, June 22, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Saturday, June 22, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, June 22, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, June 22, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Jr. Palaeos

      Saturday, June 22, 2024
    Jr. Palaeos

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Calling all future palaeontologists! Start your journey to adventure and discovery today!

    Join us at the Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre for a hands-on indoor program that is fun for the whole family, no matter the weather.

    Build the skills that every future palaeontologist needs to succeed, from proper excavation techniques, to handling real fossils, to the study of prehistoric bones.

     

    Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    All children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

    Where: Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Center
    Fee: $22/Adult, $12/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (5-6 years)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, June 26, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Wednesday, June 26, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, June 26, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Golden Hour Wander

      Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Golden Hour Wander

    This contemplative evening program is your opportunity to experience the striking badlands in new ways.

    Enjoy the diminishing rays of evening light on the hoodoos of the Valley of Gold. Learn about the history of human presence on this land, and come to appreciate the diversity of ways this landscape has been known and valued through time. The slower pace and smaller group size of this program offers a tailored, tranquil experience with ample time to enjoy the serene beauty of the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Thursday, June 27, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, June 28, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Friday, June 28, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Friday, June 28, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, June 29, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Saturday, June 29, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Cast from the Past

      Saturday, June 29, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, June 29, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, June 29, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, June 30, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Cast from the Past

      Sunday, June 30, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Sunday, June 30, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, June 30, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, June 30, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Monday, July 1, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Monday, July 1, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Monday, July 1, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Monday, July 1, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Tuesday, July 2, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Tuesday, July 2, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Tuesday, July 2, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Tuesday, July 2, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Wednesday, July 3, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Thursday, July 4, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Thursday, July 4, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Golden Hour Wander

      Thursday, July 4, 2024
    Golden Hour Wander

    This contemplative evening program is your opportunity to experience the striking badlands in new ways.

    Enjoy the diminishing rays of evening light on the hoodoos of the Valley of Gold. Learn about the history of human presence on this land, and come to appreciate the diversity of ways this landscape has been known and valued through time. The slower pace and smaller group size of this program offers a tailored, tranquil experience with ample time to enjoy the serene beauty of the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Thursday, July 4, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Thursday, July 4, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Friday, July 5, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Friday, July 5, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Friday, July 5, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Friday, July 5, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Capture the Badlands

      Friday, July 5, 2024
    Capture the Badlands

    The stunning landscapes of Dinosaur Provincial Park are best photographed in the optimal lighting conditions of those golden evening hours. Bring your camera and join us on a no-rush perusal of the park’s most scenic sites and striking landforms. Whether you are looking for sweeping vistas or like to focus on the macro details, this tour is an opportunity to take the time to capture those magical moments and compose the perfect shot.

    No minimum skill level or camera quality required. All photographers (especially the aspiring) welcome.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Center
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (14-17 years)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Saturday, July 6, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Cast from the Past

      Saturday, July 6, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Saturday, July 6, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Saturday, July 6, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Saturday, July 6, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Jr. Palaeos

      Saturday, July 6, 2024
    Jr. Palaeos

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Calling all future palaeontologists! Start your journey to adventure and discovery today!

    Join us at the Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre for a hands-on indoor program that is fun for the whole family, no matter the weather.

    Build the skills that every future palaeontologist needs to succeed, from proper excavation techniques, to handling real fossils, to the study of prehistoric bones.

     

    Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    All children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

    Where: Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Center
    Fee: $22/Adult, $12/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (5-6 years)
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Cast from the Past

      Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Cast from the Past

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Join us behind the scenes in the palaeontology lab at the Visitor Centre where you will create an authentic fossil cast that will be yours to keep! Will you be able to identify which fossil you have replicated, and guess what marvellous ancient creature it came from?

    Surrounded by the real tools of the trade, you will learn how casts are made, and how they are used by palaeontologists and museums around the world to share of ancient life.

    The casting portion takes place on a shady back porch, followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the Paleo-Lab and galleries. Admission to the Visitor Centre is included with your program fee.

     

    This indoor program can be modified to be wheelchair accessible upon request. 

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $15/Adult; $13/Youth (ages 5-17 years)
  • Bare Bones Bus Tour

      Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Bare Bones Bus Tour

    More program dates will be added soon. Please keep checking back.

     

    Excited to venture into the badlands, but short on time?

    Join this family-friendly bus tour to see a fully articulated duck-billed dinosaur skeleton right where it was discovered by the Park's first Park Ranger. Learn about the forces that shaped the badlands and their rich fossil deposits. See the other-worldly landscape of Dinosaur Provincial Park up close while enjoying this short-but-sweet excursion into the Natural Preserve.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $18/Adult, $12/Youth (7-17 years), $6/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Fossil Safari

      Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Sunday, July 7, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Monday, July 8, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Monday, July 8, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Monday, July 8, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Monday, July 8, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Tuesday, July 9, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Bonebed Express Hike

      Tuesday, July 9, 2024
    Bonebed Express Hike

    This fast paced guided hike to the Centrosaurus bonebed is an engaging blend of outdoor adventure and scientific discovery!

    You will travel by bus into the Natural Preserve before hiking through the badlands to visit an excavation site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    What can we learn from a dinosaur’s skeleton? What were these dinosaurs like in life? Explore these mysteries and more as you trek on the Bonebed Express Hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (10-17 years)
  • Fossil Safari

      Tuesday, July 9, 2024
    Fossil Safari

    Join us for a badlands safari!

    Out among the hoodoos, your guide will lead you to a fossil site were you will have a chance to use your eagle-eyes to spot real dinosaur fossil eroding from the ground. Make sure to bring your camera so you can take cool photos with your 75-million year old discoveries (and your family).

    To protect our fossil resource we do not allow digging on tours but you will get to touch and hold real fossils!

    If you are looking for a advanced fossil hunting experience, try our Fossil Finders program as Fossil Safari is designed for families with young children.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $16/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Family Dino Stomp

      Tuesday, July 9, 2024
    Family Dino Stomp

    Stomp back in time on this family-friendly hike!

    As you meander through the valleys of the badlands, explore wonders of the ancient past and discoveries of the present. On stops along the way, find out how palaeontologists uncover the dinosaurs that are lying just beneath the hills, and learn about the marvelous Cretaceous creatures that once roamed these lands.

    If your family likes an adventure on the move, this is the program for you.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth, $8/Child, $2/Baby
  • Explorer's Bus Tour

      Wednesday, July 10, 2024
    Explorer's Bus Tour

    Experience the stunning views and harsh environment of the largest badlands in Canada.

    Explore Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site through the eyes of those who came before; indigenous peoples, the early 1900’s fossil hunters, and modern palaeontologists.

    At stops throughout the Natural Preserve you will disembark from the bus, and your guide will introduce you to the landscape, its history, and its fossils.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

     

    Where: Dinosaur Visitor Centre Meet at Dinosaur Provincial Park Visitor Centre
    Fee: $25/Adult, $16/Youth (7-17 years), $8/Child (4-6 years), $2/Child (3 and under)
  • Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

      Wednesday, July 10, 2024
    Centrosaurus Bonebed Hike

    See the exceptional concentration of fossils that make Dinosaur Provincial Park world-famous!

    With a knowledgeable guide, you will trek up the steep sandy slopes of the badlands and across grassy valleys to a dig site that contained the remains of hundreds of horned dinosaurs.

    As you hike you will explore clues in the landscape that reveal the secrets of Cretaceous Alberta, and uncover the science behind why so many dinosaurs were preserved at this site.

    This route to the bonebed is perfect for those who enjoy a good hike.

     

    This program is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

    Cancellations may occur due to extreme weather events, including extreme heat and rain.

    Please note: Closed toe and heel walking or hiking shoes are required for this tour. (No Keen sandals, sandals, flip-flops or Crocs).

    Where: Meet at Fossil Display 1 on the Public Scenic Driving Loop Road
    Fee: $30/Adult, $18/Youth (10-17 years)