The Dinosaur Discovery Gallery is Working Hard to Keep You Safe!
We have been working hard to ensure we can provide safe conditions for staff, volunteers, and visitors while delivering the experiences you’ve come to enjoy. We take an informed, scientific approach and are committed to following all recommended guidelines and public health orders.
It is a requirement that all staff and visitors to the museum wear non-medical masks in all public spaces and common areas. Please be kind to each other and our staff as we all do our part to help flatten curve.
Hours of Operation
Thursday - Monday 9 AM - 5PM
Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Health and Safety
If you’re feeling unwell or experiencing any covid-like symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat, please stay home now so we can see you again soon.
If you have travelled or are from outside Canada, we welcome you to the museum after the mandatory 14 day isolation period.
Hand sanitizer is available upon entry and we encourage frequent hand washing for best protection.
Debit/Credit payment is preferred.
Please follow the posted guidelines to maintain safe physical distancing throughout the gallery and gift shop. We recognize not everyone takes the same amount of time to move through the gallery so ask our staff for assistance if you need. We’re here to help.
Wearing a non-medical mask is mandatory in our facility.
Movement through the gallery and gift shop is one-way. Please respect the posted directional signage.
We have implemented enhanced cleaning measures for high touch surfaces and all public areas including the admissions desk, gallery, washrooms, and gift shop. Staff have been provided with additional cleaning supplies.
Due to the easy spread of COVID-19, large group tours and day camps have been cancelled this year.
If in doubt, please call ahead. We are happy to answer questions and address your concerns.
We look forward to seeing you!
On Friday October 9th, 2020, a massive fossil recovery effort disrupted traffic along highway 29 between Tumbler Ridge and Chetwynd for several hours as four large blocks containing significant material were recovered, the largest weighing in at 17,000 pounds.