Two Medicine Dinosaur Center4 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: 120 2nd Ave S, Bynum, MT 59419, USA, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4064692211
- Tags: History Museums, Family And Kids
The Natural History Museum of Two Medicine Dinosaur Center is a part of Montana Dinosaur Trail and boasts of housing the life size Seismosaurus skeletal model which is supposedly the largest dinosaurs in the world with a height of 137 feet. Another highlight of the exhibit is the collection of the bones of the first baby dinosaurs as reported by the palaeontologist John Horner. Two Medicine Dinosaur Center also exhibits the skeletons of Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus, duckbills and ceratocians, interpretative models of the dinosaur eggs, comparative anatomy of the dinosaurs, diagrams and pictorial exhibits of the animals and their habitats. The Dinosaur skeleton digging programs are great initiatives on the part of the authority. Finally, don’t forget to get a fossil casting or two from their collection.
How to Reach Two Medicine Dinosaur Center
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Two Medicine Dinosaur Center Reviews & Ratings
Great exhibits especially for such a remote location. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. My wife and I were there in late September after the summer crowds. We were the only visitors there when we arrived. This is a great place for anyone to see, especially if you are traveling with kids, or dinosaur fans (like me). Make sure you go the the rock shop right next door. They have lots of great specimens, and great prices.
Just kind of average. If you're super into dinosaurs you might find it interesting. Or if you're participating in a dig you might enjoy that. But my family and I stopped in for a visit on a weekend and really were finished with everything in under 30 minutes. The kids were kind of bored to be honest. The staff is friendly for sure! But there's just not a lot there in the museum alone. I wish we'd registered for a dig.
My husband and son did the full day dig. They thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a lot. Communicating with the staff to coordinate the dig was very easy. The staff was very knowledgeable. The museum is well worth the price of admission, too.
Well worth the stop and perhaps much more. Great displays. The director, Cory is very knowledgeable and engaging. Looks like a very interesting operation—field work, extracting fossils, assembling, modeling...
Very small but nicely curated. If you enjoy dinosaurs its definitely worth the stop. Knowledgable staff.