Exhibits

Located in Eastend, SK, the T.rex Discovery Centre's exhibits feature Saskatchewan's dinosaurs, marine reptiles and prehistoric mammals.

  • The Cretaceous

    On August 16, 1991, then high school teacher, Robert Gebhardt from Eastend joined our palaeontologists on a prospecting expedition to the exposed bedrock along the Frenchman River Valley. Within a half a day, he discovered the base of a heavily worn tooth, and a vertebra from the tail, both suggesting that they belonged to a T. rex. Meet Scotty, the world's largest T. rex.

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  • Saskatchewan After the Dinosaurs

    Saskatchewan has a rich prehistoric history that includes life after the dinosaurs. Discover reptiles such as a Borealosuchus, the “northern crocodile”, a fish eating reptile called a Champsosaurusas well as some of the mammals that adds to the long, storied history of our prehistoric past.

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  • The Buzzard Coulee Meteorite
    See an actual piece of a meteorite that crashed near the Buzzard Coulee in west-central Saskatchewan in November 2008, following a fiery meteor shower that lit up skies from Alberta to Montana. The meteorite is part of our collection; it fell on farmland east of Lloydminster. The owners of the farm, brothers Ian and Alex Mitchell, donated their astronomical find to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. 

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