We know winter is coming, but we're trying not to think about it... Join us for one last summer party on Saturday, November 4th at 7 PM.
The Tumbler Ridge Museum is seeking a creative agency to develop a digital exhibition on the palaeontology, geology, biodiversity, and cultural heritage of Tumbler Ridge.
On Saturday, October 15th we will be going to the polls to vote in our municipal elections, we will also be asked to vote on the future of the Museum and Geopark.
A recently published article in Historical Biology features the first detailed track and trace-fossil evidence of very large crocodiles from a number of sites north of Tumbler Ridge.
From the board and staff of the TRMF - We wish you a fabulousaurus holiday season!
In an unprecedented and remarkable example of collaboration between industry and science in Tumbler Ridge, 112 million-year-old crocodylian swim traces have a home in the Tumbler Ridge Museum.
We've had a productive year and have exciting insights to share... We can't wait to tell you about what has been going on behind the scenes at the museum!
Linuparus qualitus is on display now in the Dinosaur Discovery Gallery.