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Dinosaurs spend the summer at the Minnesota Children’s Museum in downtown St. Paul.
In Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice, children can play paleontologists looking for fossils, or dress up in insect costumes and fly around in lava-oozing volcanoes. The exhibition, which runs from May 29th to September 6th, introduces dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes, creatures that live in hot and cold climates.
At the Field Research Station, a child paleontologist discovers fossils with a brush and uses fossil rubbing and tracing to create a picture of the dinosaur’s environment.
The “Country of Fire” is a habitat for prehistoric Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus. MCM states: “Wear insect costumes, go around the land and roar through lava-oozing volcanoes, or pass through wetlands to identify fauna and flora ecosystems.”
The “Iceland” is home to two dinosaurs, Troodon and Edmontosaurus, who lived in the cold climate of Alaska. According to the museum, children can “climb rocky stairs, slide down ice slides in the breeze, and jump over the stepping stones of the ice river.”
This exhibit is sponsored by the Minnesota Children’s Museum (10 W. Seventh St. Tickets are $ 14.95 for all ages and are free for MCM members). Low-income households may be eligible for a discount. Tickets are suitable for all exhibits in the museum.
Reservations are required for COVID precautions. Visiting time is less than 2 hours, and visitors over 5 years old wear masks. For more information, please visit. mcm.org Or call 651-225-6000.
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