The World’s Largest Dinosaurs are making their appearance at the Perot Museum in Dallas, Texas, until September 1st. Tickets to see The World’s Largest Dinosaurs are now on sale. Admission toThe World’s Largest Dinosaurs is timed entry, at 30 minute intervals, and requires the purchase of timed entry general exhibit hall admission along with The World’s Largest Dinosaurs surcharge. It is recommended that you arrive prior to your designated ticket time to ensure a timely entry to The World’s Largest Dinosaurs traveling exhibition.
Gigantic-ize your The World’s Largest Dinosaurs visit by purchasing a bundled ticket to include the 3D short film, Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia. Premiering April 3. Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia has a run time of 21 minutes.
Some of the exhibit features include:
*Interactive excavation for the kids to put their paleontologist skills to work
*15′ replica of a Supersaurus hind leg to give visitors a perspective on size
*Hands on activities such as examining fossils, pumping blood through various size animals, interactive models, measuring your own femurs and exploring how much a sauropod would weigh
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The World’s Largest Dinosaurs exhibit is offering programs during the duration of the exhibit at the Perot Museum being this month going into the summer months. Sign up online or at the Perot Museum (*additional fees may apply)
Lab Remix Big – June 5th 7pm
Discovery Day Junior Geologist – July 12th 10am-4pm (exclusive members only hours beginning at 8:30am)
Science Bytes Geology – July 5th, 19th, & 26th 10am-2pm (exclusive members only hours beginning at 9am)
Science Bytes Flight – August 2nd, 16th, 23rd & 30th 10am-2pm