Our galleries provide a great interpretation of life in the Western Interior Seaway from the late Cretaceous period of earth’s prehistory. Our extensive collection of marine reptile fossils is the largest in Canada and is very well represented in our gallery space.
The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre annually conducts Fossil Dig Adventure Tours for children, families, and earth science enthusiasts of all ages.
The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre annually conducts Museum Adventure Tours and workshops for children, families, and earth science enthusiasts of all ages.
Our research is conducted in our laboratory and collections room. The collections room contains over 1000 fossil specimens and houses a fossil mold & replication station. The collections room has over 1000 containing around 900 fossils specimens, there are further workstations and a mold and replication workstation. Our volunteer program is a great success and much of our prep work in the lab and fossil replication is conducted by trained volunteers. This is rather unique, but it works very well. The fossil collection is now digitized and uploaded onto the website for perusal by researchers worldwide. We also have numerous scientific journals published with more which are work in progress.
The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre has created 3 Education Kits for use by teachers in their classrooms. The kits focus on the following topics: Dinosaurs & Evolution, Habitats, Rock & Minerals. Each kit is available for teachers to use. Please contact our Volunteer & Programs Manager, Beatrice Aderemi – (822-3406) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this program.