View of the Badlands and hoodoos in Dinosaur provincial park, Alberta, Canada. © Elena Elisseeva | Dreamstime.com
© Elena Elisseeva | Dreamstime.com
View of the Badlands and hoodoos in Dinosaur provincial park, Alberta, Canada. © Elena Elisseeva | Dreamstime.com © Elena Elisseeva | Dreamstime.com
Not-To-Miss Hot Spots In Canada: Canadian Badlands

Canada is a big country full of fascinating history, and we like to think we know something about it. So we partnered with Expedia.ca to highlight some not-to-miss hot spots for any history lover, including…

Canadian Badlands, AB: If you want to visit a historic site, why not go prehistoric? Alberta is home to one of the richest dinosaur deposits in the world, first discovered by Joseph Tyrrell in 1884. Swing by Drumheller to visit the Royal Tyrrell Museum or head to Dinosaur Provincial Park. There’s more to see then some old bones — the hoodoos (stone shapes jutting up from the ground) are equally captivating.

Want to read the rest? Head over to Expedia.ca for more of Canada’s historical hot spots part 1 and part 2.