Discover the Fascinating Devil's Coulee Dinosaur and Heritage Museum and Devil's Coulee Palaeontological Site in Warner, Alberta. Back in 1987, Wendy Sloboda made an extraordinary discovery while hiking along the Milk River Ridge—what she believed to be dinosaur eggshells.
This remarkable find caught the attention of renowned paleontologist Dr. Phillip Currie from the Royal Tyrrell Museum, who confirmed its significance. Subsequent excavations led to the revelation of a hadrosaur, commonly known as a duckbill, dinosaur nesting site. Located just 50 minutes south of Lethbridge, our museum offers an immersive experience for visitors.
Here's what you can look forward to:
Book an engaging guided tour to the actual site where these dinosaur eggs were unearthed. Explore the very spot where history was made.
Dive into the museum itself, where you can marvel at an accurate hadrosaur nest replica and embryo. Get up close and personal with dinosaur fossils and skin impressions, gaining insight into the prehistoric world.
Unleash your inner paleontologist by participating in a hands-on experience—digging for plaster casts of fossils discovered in and around Devil's Coulee.
Embark on an unforgettable journey through time at Devil's Coulee Dinosaur and Heritage Museum, where the wonders of the ancient world come to life.