The Delaware Museum of Natural History's popular Dino Days presented by Bank of America return on Thursday, Dec. 27 and Friday, Dec. 28. This dinosaur extravaganza features a fossil dig, the Rainforest Adventure exhibit, live animals from the Philadelphia Zoo, and special crafts and activities.
Visitors can uncover a Maiasaura skeleton at the fossil dig and search for a real fossil to keep as a souvenir. A paleontology scavenger hunt sends families around the Museum to look for different tools needed on an excavation. Along the way, kids can examine specimens at the fossil table and view live animals from the Philadelphia Zoo!
Also on Dino Days, visitors can piece together puzzles of life-sized dinosaur heads. Other special activities available only on these two days are free Dino Photos in front of a prehistoric backdrop, a puppet show about dinosaurs, and a finger puppet craft to take home.
Admission includes our special exhibit Rainforest Adventure, where kids can climb a 9' foot tall Kapok tree, crawl through a tree log, sit in a gorilla nest, or become a research scientist.
Dino Days are presented by Bank of America.
WHAT: Dino Days presented by Bank of America, featuring a fossil dig, our Rainforest Adventure special exhibit, live animals from the Philadelphia Zoo, crafts, and more at this annual dinosaur extravaganza.
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