Dinosaur Discovery Museum

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  • Address: 5608 10th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53140, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-2626534450
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids

Children always find a visit to the Dinosaur Discovery Museum fascinating. Not only kids but adults also like to visit the very museum to know in detail about dinosaurs. The museum is large, and it boasts a large collection of fossils and other exhibits that are directly related to the prehistoric carnivorous predators. This museum flawlessly preserves its collection of exhibits that includes dinosaur bones, original skeletons and numerous specimens. The Dinosaur Discovery Museum authority offers special group tours for school children and tourists. The facility houses a gift shop and you can buy many dinosaurs-themed toys, games and puzzles from here along with fossils, souvenirs and books.

How to Reach Dinosaur Discovery Museum

  • Buses 1, 2 to stop - 56th St and 10th Ave
  • Buses 1, 2 to stop - 56th St and 11th Ave

  • Dinosaur Discovery Museum Address: 5608 10th Ave, Kenosha, WI 53140, USA, United States
  • Dinosaur Discovery Museum Contact Number: +1-2626534450
  • Dinosaur Discovery Museum Timing: 24-hrs
  • Time required to visit Dinosaur Discovery Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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Dinosaur Discovery Museum Reviews & Ratings

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  • This place is quite unique! Not very large but they make the most of the space they have. Very interesting history with the building itself as it used to be the post office, it is a very beautiful building! Free admission with a suggested $3 donation, we happily paid as they are a smaller museum I imagine they do not have the financial backing the larger ones in town do. Great place to bring the family!

  • Definitely worth going to if you are in the area. Our group of three adults and one toddler spent about an hour here, but you could definitely spent a couple hours looking at everything. Suggested donation was $3 which I thought was very reasonable.It's in a very cool old building (guess it used to be the old post office). But it's not much of a museum. Really it's just one big room with dinosaur skeletons.

  • My daughter loved this place!! My parents took her a separate time as well so I am so glad there are places like this in town that are educational and fun! I look forward to going back again with her someday soon.

  • This is a fun couple of hours for the kids. Mine really liked the "hands on" activities. I liked the old architecture of the building itself.

  • While small, this museum had a compelling collection and presentation of dinosaur skeletons. I enjoyed having so many skeletons in close proximity to one another, as it was much easier to compare them. My family managed to stay at the museum for quite a while despite it being relatively small. It's also awesome that this museum is free!

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