Drumheller: Here be dinosaurs
Within the building itself are thousands of fossils, complete skeletal models towering overhead and dozens of adorable models of the smaller less lethal prehistoric critters.
The gift shop is well stocked should one need to prove they visited with a commemorative ruler or set of crayons.
One of the more fascinating parts of the whole experience is exploring the dioramas and so forth for hidden creatures and information plaques that seem to be almost everywhere.
Some of the exhibits showcase the ancestries of primate species through their various skulls and other bones.
Passing through an eerie blue tunnel dedicated to sea monsters and the like leads to a wooded area full of plants that I assume were cloned from bees caught in amber or some such nonsense.
Thankfully they provided some benches that appeared free of blood spatter easing my fear of raptor attacks somewhat. There is also a wishing well off to the side, seeming quite out of place I assume it is intended to serve as a memorial for all the time travelers of the future who will have died in a long distant past due largely to their skill set being based around medieval Irish mason work.