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Address: 60-1 Avenue West, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y0, Canada
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Good views of the countryside

Every time we go to Drumheller, we climb up the World's Largest Dinosaur. It's an easy climb and affords a nice view of Drumheller and the surrounding landscapes. Kids love it.

Reviewed 5 days ago
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Toronto, Canada
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 625 helpful votes
Reviewed yesterday NEW

We saw a huge dinosaur on the road. Luckily it wasn't moving. It is named the World's Largest dinosaur. We did explore it, climbing the stairs to see amazing views from its mouth. It's quite unique and attractive! Wow! How innovative! That dinosaur is a Tyrannosaurus Rex. However, he is peaceful as a lamb! No one will be eaten! It's... More 

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Thank Robby G C
Drumheller, Canada
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed yesterday NEW

Every summer thousands of tourist and local towns people enjoy time at the Worlds Talkest Dinosaur which lends an amazing view of the Drumheller valley. Just across from the Dinosaur is a splash park for young and old to cool off and enjoy.

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Thank Bettyann55
Toronto, Canada
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 20 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

We didn't pay to climb inside. Took some fun pictures from behind some trees. The visitors center has great information with very helpful staff.

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Thank TMRoot
goose bay
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW via mobile

Apparently you can climb up it but we did not know and when we went back it was closed. It is very large.

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Thank labman07
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

Thank you for writing this review. We are sorry we missed you. you can find our store hours on our website or Facebook page. We do close the dinosaur in severe weather such as high winds and when there is lightening in the sky. We hope you get the chance to visit us again and climb up our Worlds Largest... More 

Edmonton
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 16 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

Every time we go to Drumheller, we climb up the World's Largest Dinosaur. It's an easy climb and affords a nice view of Drumheller and the surrounding landscapes. Kids love it.

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Thank GJAlberta
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

Thank you for taking the time to write this review. You can climb 106 steps to the mouth of the Dinosaur and enjoy the view of our Red Deer River and Drumheller Valley. More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 21 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Well it is a huge dinosaur that you can get into and pay $4 for adults to go up and take a picture quite the stairs but definitely take your time when you go :)

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Thank fayblife
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

You pay a small fee to climb up 106 stairs to her mouth where you get to enjoy the beautiful view of our Red Deer River and Drumheller Valley. The small fee you pay goes towards the up keep of our dinosaur and also goes into our legacy fund which helps out businesses in town. More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My family loved this. The little ones were thrilled to be "eaten by a dinosaur" and take some awesome pictures for a very reasonable price. The dinosaur does sway a little in the wind, something my husband was of fond of being afraid of heights, and it is in no way stroller or wheel chair friends.

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Thank Jenn H
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

Thank you for writing this review. We are happy to hear you enjoyed our Dinosaur. She is 86 feet tall and is made to flex in weather changes for your safety. There is 106 stairs all the way to the mouth. If you do have a stroller our employees are happy to help with putting it aside somewhere safe until... More 

Edmonton, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This place offers up the worlds largest dinosaur The city had a contest and this dinosaur won first prize You can climb the dinosaur and view the area from his mouth The spiral stairs are located inside his body and takes a bit to climb but worth it

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Thank Karen B
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

Thank you for writing this review. Our Dinosaur is 86 feet tall and was built in 2000. She contains 106 stairs and at the top you enter into the mouth to enjoy the beautiful scenic view of our Drumheller Valley and Red Deer River. We hope you enjoyed the rest of your visit in the Valley. More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Our group was very excited when they saw the size of the dinosaur walking up to it. Once it was time to climb it, they were less enthused. They ran to the top and looked out, which was cool to be so high up, but their general reaction was "that's it?"

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Thank Natasha P
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

Thank you for writing this review. we hope you enjoyed the rest of your visit in the Drumheller valley. More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Best Mother's Day with the kids! We are older but enjoyed it A LOT! Prices were decent and it was very cheap($10.50 for 3) to climb up to the top of the T-Rex.

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Thank Melissa H
Debbie S, Manager at World's Largest Dinosaur, responded to this review

We are so pleased to hear your mothers day was a success! After climbing 106 stairs to the mouth of the dinosaur, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Drumheller Valley and Red Deer River. More 

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