Canada’s Oldest Dinosaurs
Gaze up at the skeleton and examine real bone bones on display. The dinosaur skeletons are 200 million years old. Museum researchers continue to uncover and study these important fossils from the Bay of Fundy
Dino Dig For Kids
Carefully brush away the sediment to expose an accurate reproduction of a Jurassic dinosaur skeleton. Great for kids of all ages. Draw a map of your find for a chance to win a prize (monthly).
Talk with Paleontologists
Look into the Fossil Research Lab to see what new dinosaurs are being studied. Talk with Museum paleontologists and volunteers that are cleaning and studying the real fossil specimens. Ask questions during regular public presentations in the Exhibit Gallery.
Interactive Pangea Time Machine
Explore how the continents have moved and changed through time. Interactive touch screen and projection globe.
“World’s Smallest Dinosaur” Tracks
Found in 1984 by Eldon George, the “world’s smallest dinosaur footprints” were featured in Time Magazine in 1984. See the specimen, now on display in the Fossil Footprint Gallery.
Hands on Exhibits
The Exhibit Gallery has minerals and fossil on display with interactive exhibits and videos.
Gallery Tours Available
Ask about the guided gallery tours. Dates and times vary.