Dinosaur skeleton display at the Philip J Currie Dinosaur Museum.

Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum

Location
Grande Prairie, Alberta
Size
15,000 sq ft
Completion
August, 2015
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The Philip J Currie Dinosaur Museum is a world-class dinosaur museum facility that functions as an institution, a destination, and a place for active research and cutting-edge displays.

Interactive and touchable exhibits offer visitors the chance to discover and imagine a time when dinosaurs roamed Alberta.

  • The Museum houses bones extracted from the Pipestone Creek Dinosaur Bone bed, one of the most significant deposits of horned dinosaur fossils ever discovered. A combination of fossil skeletons, touchable bones and interactive media technology allow visitors to examine the evidence and reconstruct the events that might have led to the ancient catastrophe that produced this rich cache of fossils.

Awards
Canadian Museum Association – Outstanding Achievement Award for Science and Exhibition
Credits
Client: Maltbie - a Kubik Company
Exhibit Lighting Supply & Installation: Eos Lightmedia
Focus & Commissioning: Eos Lightmedia
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