Museum

The Tumbler Ridge Museum is a must see for anyone coming into the community. The first dinosaur footprint in Tumbler Ridge was discovered by a local 9 year old boy at Flatbed Creek. After showing his father, who didn’t believe what he was looking at was a dinosaur foot print, young Daniel Helm held true to his belief. After much lobbying to his father a paleontologist was brought into evaluate the discovery. These footprints have grown into a thriving museum and on a more recent excursion the discovery of T-Rex trackways proving that these formidable creatures hunted in packs. Because one wasn’t scary enough!

Activities

Amenities

Wheelchair accessible, heated, public restrooms.

Tours

Sign up for tours to visit the original discovery or one of the many more that have been found since

Dinosaur Camps

If you or your children would like a taste of what it’s like to be a real paleontologist inquire about our dinosaur camps.

Activities for Children

Need some time to relax? Have your kids work with our staff paleontologists to paint pictures, build dinosaur replicas, and learn interesting facts

Outdoors

The Tumbler Ridge Museum is located next to a brand new playground installed in 2014.