Royal Tyrrell Museum

Royal Tyrrell Museum
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The Royal Tyrrell Museum celebrates the long history and spectacular diversity of life - from the tiniest grains of pollen to the mightiest dinosaurs. Set in the Alberta badlands, the Museum opened in September, 1985. Four hundred thousand visitors were hoped for that first year. Nearly 600,000 came, and hundreds of thousands continue to visit each year. They come to experience the power and excitement of some of the most remarkable fossil displays anywhere in the world, in Canadas only institution devoted entirely to palaeontology. The Government of Alberta, under the Ministry of Community Development, operates the Museum. Our mandate is to collect, conserve, research and interpret palaeontological history with special reference to Albertas fossil heritage.
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