Australia’s capital city is home to its largest array of dinosaur fossils. The museum contains 23 complete dinosaur skeletons and over 300 displays of individual fossils, and also conducts guided tours.
Want to learn more about the many dinosaurs that once roamed the African continent? Visit the museum’s “African Dinosaurs” exhibition for an exciting array of dioramas, skeletons and life-sized reconstructions.
The museum’s Dinosaur Gallery houses Europe’s largest dinosaur hall, which spans 3,000m2. Check out 30 iguanodon skeletons, a plateosaurus that took 18 months to excavate and other impressive specimens.
This article was originally published in the June 2018 issue of SilverKris magazine.