Exciting Dinosaur Exhibit Heading to Mississippi Museum of Natural Science

Journeying through Time: Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Introduces New Dino Exhibit

The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science is gearing up to take visitors on an exciting journey through time with its new exhibit, Dinosaurs Around the World: The Great Outdoors. Running from June 8, 2024, to January 5, 2025, this exhibit will feature a unique collection of animatronic dinosaurs, cutting-edge research, and a glimpse into Earth during the Mesozoic Era.

Director Charles Knight invites guests to come face to face with the giants of the past and experience a prehistoric Earth. Visitors will explore a time when the continents looked different, with deserts in Brazil and polar darkness in Australia during the age of dinosaurs.

The animatronics featured in the exhibit include some of the most iconic dinosaurs from around the world such as Tyrannosaurus rex from North America, Herrerasaurus – one of the first dinosaurs on Earth, and Oviraptor from Mongolia. Produced by Imagine Exhibitions and sponsored by various organizations, Dinosaurs Around the World aims to provide an educational experience that is both playful and fun for all ages.

Aside from the exhibit itself, visitors can also enjoy special events such as weekly “Fun Fridays” where they can learn more about dinosaurs through interactive activities and games. Additionally, there’s a “Tea Party with a T-Rex” event where visitors can enjoy tea and snacks while learning about these fascinating creatures.

Tickets for the exhibit can be purchased online or in person at the museum. To stay updated on Mississippi’s news and events related to this exciting exhibit, visitors can sign up for SuperTalk Mississippi Media’s free newsletter.

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