Dinosaur Discovery Museum

Dinosaur Discovery Museum
View Website Favorite (3) 5608 10th Ave - Kenosha, WI 53140
Information: 262-653-4450

Open Tues-Sun: Noon-5pm. Closed Monday & Holidays.

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The Dinosaur Discovery Museum opened in 2006 in a renovated 1908 Beaux Arts historic landmark. Visit the only Museum to focus exclusively on the link between modern birds and meat-eating dinosaurs. See the largest collection of meat-eating theropods! Learn what these dinosaurs looked like, what they ate and how they behaved. See life-scale replicas of Tyrannosaurus rex, Gallimimus, Ceratosaurus, and much more. Discover the link between dinosaurs and modern day birds. Check out the Carthage Institute of Paleonotoloy’s paleontology lab and the gift shop. Free programs for adults and families offered. Group tours welcomed.
  • Free Admission
    • Yes
  • Features
    • Disabled Access
  • Museum/Gallery Type
    • Historical

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Green Innovations

  • Home of Focus on Energy Benchmarking Site Study.
  • Composting program in place; products are purchased in bulk.
  • Signs are posted listing steps the museum is taking to improve their environmental impact; regular staff meetings are held to keep employees involved and aware.