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The Zigong Dinosaur Museum is located near the city of Zigong, Sichuan, China, in the township of Dashanpu. The museum sits on top of a large concentration of a diverse dinosaur assemblage from the Sh...
You can see an entire rock face completely saturated with stegosaurs, apatosaurs, allosaurs, and others. There's also more outdoorsy, geological stuff do in the park.
Home Leonardo, one of the most complete dinosaurs in the world!
Home of Sue: most extensive, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found, at over 90% recovered by bulk, plus a pretty sizable fossil hall. Also features Sauropods, Ceratopsians, Theropo...
A museum where you get to touch real fossils! No big mounted skeletons but it has a fascinating pedagogical approach
It has an Alamosaurus v. T. rex mount
They do have a full T. rex growth series.
This is a place you where you can actually go to a dig site. And there's something amazing to me about heading to a little warehouse in the middle of nowhere and seeing incredible mounts.
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is a Canadian tourist attraction and a centre of palaeontological research known for its collection of more than 130,000 fossils.
Lot of interactive exhibition and quite new museum.
Two rooms loaded with dinosaurs, plus they just added the Titanosaur! (Also lots and lots of non-dinosaur paleontology, if you're into that sort of thing.)
Great paleontology exhibit; the dinosaurs made up a relatively small portion of it, but the whole exhibit was great.
a serious collection of bones excavated largely from Tanzania in the 20th century, featuring all sorts of species. Most impressive is the 41-foot, 5-inch Brachiosaurus, the tallest dinosaur in the wor...
With the largest dinosaur hall in the world, this museum has an impressive collection of fossilized skeletons and casts.
Interactive displays in the gallery also detail the fossilization process and d...
Alongside fossils, bones and impressive footprints from all sorts of animals and beasts, the museum features a garden with imposing dinosaur sculptures and animatronics inside that add a bit of Spielb...
Opened in 2011, one part education, another part entertainment, the 10,000-square-meter experience mixes skeletons and fossils with writhing animatronic dinosaurs in an Ingen-esque setting, including ...
Nice fossilized footprints of Jurassic-era sauropod dinosaurs.
Interesting museum with mix of locally discovered fossils and animaltronic exhibits.
Badlands focuses primarily on exhibits of fossils, fieldwork and research programs, and public laboratory preparations for new specimen additions to its collection.
One of the leading Asian dinosaur museums, Fukui was finished in the summer of 2000. Its location was chosen due to the large amount of dinosaurs that had been discovered in the region, and the museum...
The Natural History Museum is home to many exhibitions, but it includes some of the oldest dinosaur specimens known to science. The museum boasts a portion of the first Tyrannosaurus Rex and Iguanodon...
There are many dinosaurs and prehistoric mammals to be found at the Natural History Museum, and the vast array of animals represented will be sure to satisfy the most curious paleontologist.
Features a Tyrannosaurus and a lot of other dinosaurs to watch. The museum collections features more than 700 specimens, including dinosaurs, plants, animals and insects. A must see!