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.
The TRMF is seeking a dynamic individual with a passion for science, history, and the outdoors to join our team!
The busy summer season is quickly approaching, and we are looking to fill several summer student positions. If you have a passion for ancient giant lizards, working outside, meeting and talking to people, delivering STEAM programs, and detail-oriented work, we have a fun summer planned for you!
Regulations and Updates
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.