The exploration begins in the Dinosaur Discovery Maze! Journey back in time and make discoveries around every turn of this interactive, walk-through maze. How do visitors know they have seen everything in the maze? It starts with a Dino Passport that visitors pick up at the maze entry. Visitors then answer leading questions based on 9 activity stations found throughout the maze. Attractive dinosaur murals and specimens are scattered throughout, along with educational content about dinosaur basics.
For more information about the museum's traveling exhibits, please contact Jessica Davenport, VMNH Exhibits & Publications Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 276-634-4193.
- 1,000 square-foot maze with 8-feet-tall fabric graphic panels
- 11 specimens including a Utahraptor leg cast and touchable Tyrannosaurus rex footprint cast
- 9 activity stations including 3 computer interactives, movie station, and Be-the-Dinosaur costume area with green screen
- Choice of a 4 x 8 foot dinosaur dig pit or life-size Syntarsus model with prey
Participation Fee: $17,000 for 6 months plus delivery fee based on venue location. Installation is included.
Space needed: Approximately 1,500 square feet
Maze and Dinosaur Fossils
- Maze package plus
- 4 x 8 foot dino dig pit featuring Albertosaurus and Hadrosaurus fossils
- Life-size Syntarsus model with prey
- 30 dinosaur fossils and fossil casts featuring various Allosaurus, Sauropod, and Stegosaurus fossils as well as touchable theropod footprints and a Tyrannosaurus rex skull.
Participation Fee: $30,000 for 6 months plus delivery fee based on venue location. Installation is included.
Space needed: Approximately 2,500 to 3,000 square feet
Exhibit support: Educational and programming resources, publicity kit, and exhibit installation included.
Please Visit Us Soon
Friday and Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Closed all other days
$10 for ages 18-59
$5 for ages 3-17, seniors 60+, and college students
FREE for children under 3, museum members, and members of ASTC participating institutions
My 4 year old son loves going to the museum. The exhibits are educational, interactive and kid-friendly.”