All Fossil sites and attractions

The tides of the Bay of Fundy have uncovered fossils, geological artifacts and dinosaur bones that tell the story of early life on this planet. The New Brunswick Museum, Hopewell Rocks, Joggins UNESCO world heritage site, and the Fundy Geological Museum are just a few examples of places where you can learn more about this geological story.

  • Fundy Geological Museum

    The Fundy Geological Museum displays an ancient world and some of the oldest dinosaur bones in Canada. Meet some of the ancient creatures that lived here millions of years ago: the world’s first reptiles, early dinosaurs, giant dragonflies, an ancestor of frogs and a sow-bug-like creature as long as a baseball read more

  • Joggins Fossil Cliffs

    Located on Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy, the Joggins Fossil Cliffs are Canada’s 15th UNESCO World Heritage Site. These magnificently exposed layers of rock reveal the world’s most complete fossil record of life in the Coal Age when lush forests covered Joggins and much of the world’s tropics, 300 million read more