The National Dinosaur Museum is not just about Dinosaurs. The exhibitions cover the history of life on this planet with fossils from 700 million-year-old marine fauna through to fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
- Easy to read, educational information panels.
- Beautiful murals depicting reconstructions of environments from the prehistoric past to enhance understanding of extinct biodiversity.
- Dinosaurs and other fossils not on display anywhere else in the world.
The diversity of the exhibition has never been stronger, with new murals and many new fossils for a more cohesive story of the past. The exhibition compares the life of all plants and animals in a chronological, easy to follow manner, suitable for everyone.
The National Dinosaur Museum features a landscaped Dinosaur Garden complete with life-like fibreglass models. A large undercover deck suitable for presentations and catered events is also available.
A few examples of the fantastic displays to be found inside the museum. Come in to see these and many more!
Plateosaurus engelhardti. – Lived during the Late Triassic period (214 – 204 mya).
Chasmosaurus belli. Lived during the Late Cretaceous (77 – 75 mya)