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T. Rex Discovery Centre, Eastend

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Visiting the discovery centre is very interesting & educational. The cost is by donation which is nice for big families. The staff was very friendly & knowledgeable. 
  • Excellent place for some solo or family learning. Well guided tours and knowledgeable staff. Reasonable admission prices (donation) and incredibly family friendly. The gift shop also offers little tas...  read more »
  • It's a smaller venue but the staff is very friendly and informative. There are several complete skeletons with alot of information into an organized and clean building! 
  • What can I say that hasn't been said already. Scotty is twelve (?!) metres of pure T-Rex bone. You've gotta see this in person, the sheer enormity of it all will have you gasping. They really had to dig deep to get this one out but the experience is worth it. We thought taking this in would be dry going but we left gushing with excitement.
  • Awesome place. Went with my family (young kids, too) and everyone had a great time. Worth the trip. Especially to see the fossils. Eastend, SK is incredibly scenic.
  • Open from the May long weekend to the September long weekend - Scotty the T.rex is Canada's largest and most complete T.rex!! See the full skeleton here!
  • Amazing place for anyone with even the slightest interest in dinosaurs. Heck, even if you're not someone who has an interest in dinosaurs this place will like spark one. The star attraction is Scotty, the twelve metre long female Tyrannosaurus Rex and boy is this fossil impressive. There are a number of other fossils displayed that are just as impressive, such as the rhinoceros like brontothere. The staff are super friendly and know so much about life in Saskatchewan 65 million years ago☺
  • Great place to take kids for the afternoon. Enough activities and things to see.
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