T.rex Discovery Centre
Location: Eastend, SK
Home to Scotty the T.Rex – Canada’s largest T.Rex discovery and the most massive T.Rex in the world, watch Scotty’s discovery unfold in the documentary that is featured every 30 min in the Centre’s theatre, or have a guided tour with one of the Centre’s Guides, which takes you on a tour of Saskatchewan paleontological past.
Here at the T.Rex Discovery Centre, you’ll also discovery a window into the Royal Saskatchewan Museum’s Field Station and can watch paleontologists hard at work.
Events at the T.Rex Discovery Centre:
- Story Time with Scotty – Every Wednesday in July and August at 11:00 am, we will be reading a book and making a craft or participating in a fun activity. This program is geared for children ages 2 to 8 years old.
- Dino Days – July 28th, 10am-6pm: Watch for their float in the parade, and join them for family fun activities.
- T.Rex Summer Gala – August 10th, 6:30pm: This year’s gala theme is “Scotch on the Rocks: a Celebration of Saskatchewan’s Provincial Fossil.” The semi-formal evening features live music, hor’d’oeuvres, cash bar and Scotch tasting bar, 50/50 draw and silent auction. Must be 19+ to attend.
- Scotty’s Birthday – August 16th 10am-6pm: Celebrate Scotty’s 65,000,027th birthday with special dinosaur birthday activities all day, jump on the bouncy castle and enjoy a BBQ at 11:30 am. For $5, enjoy pulled pork on a bun, or a vegetarian chili with bun, a drink and cupcake.
NEW at the T.Rex Discovery Centre – Outdoor Dig Pit
Do you aspire to be a palaeontologist when you grow up? Hone your skills at the newly installed outdoor dig pit at the T.rex Discovery Centre.
The T.Rex Discovery Centre is open from:
Hours 10:00 am to 6:00 pm daily until September 3, 2018
Admission By donation
And be sure to shop the Discovery Shop operated by the Friends of T.Rex for all your dinosaur-fun needs, as well as products from Saskatchewan.
10am-6pm daily until September 3th, 2018
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum operates the T.rex Discovery Centre in alignment with its mandate for palaeontology, heritage and cultural stewardship.
For more information
or visit their website at www.royalsaskmuseum.ca/trex