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On Display September 15th, 2022 - April 30th, 2023 

Travel back in time and discover what modern paleontology knows about the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods by exploring a series of dynamic displays featuring animatronic dinosaurs! Despite the fact these magnificent creatures lived millions of years before us, paleontologists believe dinosaurs share many things in common with humankind. From feeding to family dynamics, intelligence or interpersonal relationships, Dinosaur Explorer examines the ways that environmental, biological and behavioral circumstances influenced dinosaur daily life while posing the question – Where do we see similarities in our world today?

Utilizing the latest animatronic technology, this series of larger-than-life displays and vibrant vignettes provides a highly interactive experience that is sure to amaze and captivate visitors of all ages. Striking authentic casts and hands-on activities give visitors the ability to learn the science behind dinosaur adaptations and understand the connections humans share with our prehistoric predecessors. Just like a scientist, guests will be empowered to hypothesize about prehistoric life by piecing together paleontological and biological clues. Get ready for an unforgettable exploration that enables guests to compare themselves to some of the strangest, unique and silliest dinosaurs. 

Check it out Here!

 

ADMISSION:

Tickets can be purchased at the admissions desk when you arrive. General admission to the Science Center, including the Dinosaur Explorer exhibit, will be as follows:

Adults  $20.95 
Seniors 60+  $18.95
Children 3-12  $16.95
Children under 3   FREE
Members  FREE

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

Group discounts are available for parties of 15 or more. Please call (561) 832-2026 or email programs@coxsciencecenter.org to learn more! 

 

PLAN YOUR CLASS FIELD TRIP:

If you would like to learn more about the educational programs surrounding the exhibition, please contact our Group Sales Coordinator at programs@coxsciencecenter.org. Our Field Trip Guide can be viewed here.

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EXHIBIT SPONSORS:

 

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