Dinosaur Museums, Attractions and Exhibits
Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia, PA)
Giganotosaurus, Deinonychus and Hadrosaurus are just some of the dinosaurs you'll find here.
American Museum of Natural History (New York, NY)
The world's biggest--and most famous--dinosaur museum.
Boston Museum of Science (Boston, MA)
The brand-new home of Triceratops Cliff.
Burpee Museum of Natural History (Rockford, IL)
The home of Jane, the teenage T. Rex.
Canadian Museum of Nature (Ottawa, Canada)
Be sure to visit this museum's "Extinction Theatre."
Carnegie Museum of Natural History (Pittsburgh, PA)
"Dinosaurs in Their Time" presents these creatures in their natural habitat.
Children's Museum of Indianapolis
Home of Dracorex hogwartsia, the Harry Potter dinosaur.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History (Cleveland, OH)
The only place to see Nanotyrannus and Albertaceratops.
Dinosaur Journey (Fruita, CO)
The perfect place to shake hands with a robotic dinosaur.
Dinosaur State Park (Rocky Hill, CT)
Famous not for its dinosaur fossils, but its dinosaur footprints.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Atlanta, GA)
This museum specializes in the dinosaurs of South America.
Field Museum of Natural History (Chicago, IL)
The home of Tyrannosaurus Sue.
Museum of the Rockies (Bozeman, MT)
One of the biggest dinosaur museums in the western U.S.
Natural History Museum of L.A. County (Los Angeles, CA)
The custodian of the world-famous La Brea Tar Pits.
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (Albuquerque, NM)
Coelophysis, New Mexico's state dinosaur, is among the fossils on display here.
North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (Raleigh, NC)
Home of Willo, the Thescelosaurus with a fossilized heart.
Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (Herman, OK)
Most of the dinosaurs on display here were dug up in Oklahoma.
Redpath Museum (Montreal, Canada)
This small museum is devoted to geology and paleontology.
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center (Woodland, CO)
From Albertosaurus to Bambiraptor, this museum features a wide array of western dinosaurs.
Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto, Canada)
Quetzalcoatlus and Parasaurolophus are just two of this museum's rare fossils.
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology (Alberta, Canada)
This Canadian museum is nestled right in the middle of Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Science Museum of Minnesota (St. Paul, MN)
The Diplodocus on display here was discovered by local high-school students.
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History (Washington, DC)
This huge museum contains some of the world's most famous dinosaur fossils.
Wyoming Dinosaur Center (Thermopolis, WY)
Located smack in the middle of a genuine dinosaur fossil site.
Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History (New Haven, CT)
This museum houses the collection of the famous paleontologist Othniel C. Marsh.