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Tag Archives: Tyrannosaurus rex
The Burpee Museum of Natural History in Rockford, Illinois is home to quite a few interesting exhibits, but two fascinating and important dinosaur fossils really stand out: the most complete juvenile Tyrannosaurus, “Jane,” and the most complete sub-adult Triceratops, “Homer.” The … Continue reading
On this snowy winter day in Omaha I’m “California Dreamin’” about Los Angeles, one of my very favorite cities to visit. I have been fortunate to have spent a lot of time there over the years, and I’m always excited … Continue reading
Since the very beginning of the dinosaur rush in the 1870’s in the western United States, Colorado has been one of the best places in North America to find dinosaurs. Not surprisingly, then, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science … Continue reading
The Field Museum in Chicago is one of a handful of truly world-class museums of natural history in North America. When you think of dinosaurs and The Field Museum, many people immediately think of the world’s most famous dinosaur, “Sue,” … Continue reading
About twenty miles northwest of Colorado Springs lies a beautiful town in the Rocky Mountains called Woodland Park. Surrounded by gorgeous natural attractions such as Pike’s Peak and the Garden of the Gods, the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center is another … Continue reading
If you have children, one of the best museums in North America to spend a day is The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Widely considered the top children’s museum in the world, there is such a wide variety of activities available … Continue reading
I am usually pretty excited whenever I am about to visit a museum with a lot of special fossils on display, but honestly, some museums get me more excited than others. The Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh is … Continue reading