Friday, July 19, 2013
The Tyrrell Museum is a fantastic museum located near the city of Drumheller, Alberta Canada. It's a very popular attraction for tourists and scientists alike. It has a collection of 130,000 fossils most of which were found in this area of Alberta. The museum is named for Joseph Tyrrell, a geologist who discovered the first dinosaur remains in The Red Deer Valley in 1884. The most popular area of the museum is the Dinosaur Hall where 40 mounted dinosaur skeletons greet the visitor.