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Drumheller Specialty Attractions

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This small church was original constructed in 1958 to only seat six people. Rebuilt to the same dimesions of 7x11 feet, the tiny church can only fit six worshipers and one minister at a time, although it sees 10,000 visitors a year.
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Located in downtown Drumheller, this Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex) statue stands over 86 ft (26 m) tall. For a small fee, people can climb up inside this dinosaur that towers over the town's buildings for a sensational view of the Badlands.
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This historic ferry crosses the mighty Red Deer River. Built by Andre Bleriot, the ferry was comissioned in 1913 and, in addition to providing an essential tranport service, acted as a major social hub in the Drumheller Valley.
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Scattered throughout the town of Drumheller, these dinosaurs add a touch of whimsy and fun to the town. The statues include a T-Rex eating a lampost. Approximately 30 statues, including ones of the fictional 'Shysasaurus Jelly Bean Eater', most created by Trygve (Tig) Seland.
Located 8.5 km (8 mi) southeast of Drumheller on Highway 10, the Hoodoos are tall rock pillars shaped by millions of years of water and wind erosion. Visitors are welcome to walk around and see the formations up close, although climbing on the Hoodoos is prohibited.
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