The town of Drumheller is located on the Red Deer River in the Badlands of east-central Alberta, Canada, only a 90-minute drive (110 km / 68 mi) northeast of Calgary,
Surrounded by the picturesque Badlands, and with the richest deposits of fossils and dinosaur bones in North America, Drumheller is home to the world-famous Royal Tyrrell Museum. Here you can stand beside prehistoric beasts, survey for fossils, then hike the badlands with an expert guide.
Drumheller is also famous for the Canadian Badlands Passion Play, a dramatic portrayal of the life and death of Christ staged in a natural 2500 seat outdoor amphitheatre formed by the massive coulees.
Drumheller has a number of motels and hotels offering a wide range of services.