Dino Zone!

Welcome to the Dino Zone! They’re back. FOREVER! The MOST will welcome a must-see permanent dinosaur exhibit to the heart of downtown Syracuse this summer. Travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs with Syracuse’s first permanent life-sized dinosaur exhibit starting July 2019.

Experience amazingly lifelike dinosaurs as you travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs with the Museum’s permanent dinosaur collection! The moving lifelike dinosaurs were created with guidance from paleontologists and are displayed in scenes that depict what life was like on Earth during the age of the dinosaurs more than 65 million years ago!

In one exhibit scene, two Pachycephalosaurs square off in a head-butting show of dominance. Not far away, a Maiasaura mother tends to a nest of hatchlings and juveniles similar to the way modern birds behave today. Another setting showcases an Albertosaurus, a close relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex!

The dinosaur exhibit will also feature touchable dinosaur skin and teeth, microscopic eggs, a dino dig pit for guests to simulate digging and discovering fossils, a fossil rubbing station, and an interactive remote-control dinosaur model to explain the technology behind the exhibit’s dinosaur movements. This exhibit will excite visitors of all ages while teaching about dinosaurs and Earth as it existed tens of millions of years ago during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods – two of the most captivating and exciting eras of the past!

Experience the Dino Zone! exhibit all year long with UNLIMITED admission by becoming a MOST member! Click here for membership details!

Interested in joining the Dino Club!? Learn more here, and join on your next visit!

Sponsorship

Click here for SUMMER 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities

Click here for PERMANENT Sponsorship Opportunities

For sponsorship opportunities, contact Irv Lyons Jr., Chief Development Officer, or Lorna Oppedisano, Marketing & Development Coordinator.


Thank you to our generous sponsors!

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