Drumheller, Dinosuar capital of the world






The city with approximately 30 dinosaur statues scattered all over the city.



The biggest T-Rex, 86 feet tall [left side]
Drumheller's information center





Taken from the mouth of the T-Rex [pictured aboved]

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The Hoodoos



Horseshoe Canyon [badlands]



Horse Thief Canyon

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Drumheller's Little Church



with an altar and pews...
Seating 10,000 people, 6 at a time!



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Royal Tyrrell Museum

11 comments:

Raquel said...

WOw, ang ganda. Cute na cute din ang church.

Linnor said...

Awesome canyon pics! :)

evi said...

i like it. i definitely do not want to miss this when we go to alberta.

Junnie said...

hahah, the city with giant replicas of dinosaurs have a real small church...what irony noh?

but i want to visit the place...i still have my passion for dinosaurs since i was younger than Patrick...til now.

That's why i love the Raptors :)

Heart of Rachel said...

Amazing photos. Yohan has always been fascinated with dinosaurs and have plenty of toys and books about them. I'm sure he will be thrilled to see those huge dinosaur displays.

tani said...

ang galing naman dito, Jo! :)

JO said...

Hi Raquel,
Thanks! The door of the church is as tall as me.

Hi Linnor, Evi and Tani,
Thanks!

Hi Junnie,
I'm sure you will spend hours in the museum... we were there for about an hour lang. Medyo na bored ang mga kiddos eh.

Hi Rach,
I'm sure you will get your chance. ",)

MommyBa said...

Lovely place!!!

JO said...

Hi Liz,
It sure is!

niceheart said...

Ei, nagpunta din pala kayo sa Drumheller. We were there last summer. We enjoyed looking at those dinosaurs. :)

JO said...

Hi Irene,
Actually, I only knew about this place when you blog about it.