Located north of Pincher Creek, this museum houses over 3,500 specimens of artifacts, fossils, insects, corals, seashells, natural oddities and minerals from around the world. See Gemstone Carvings, including Nineteenth Century Chinese Soapstone, Worldwide Mineral Specimens, Starfish and Coral from all parts of the world. Rare and unusual Fossils, Collector Shells and “Forest Turned to Stone”, lapidary work and fossil bones. Phone 403.627.2206 for more information.
Located in Pincher Creek, Alberta, the Three Rivers Rock and Fossil Museum is a 30 minute drive from Waterton Lakes National Park.
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