The Montana Dinosaur Center, Bynum

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Multi-day Tour · Educational Site
The Two Medicine Dinosaur Center is a 501 non-profit and educational institute located in Bynum, Montana that opened in 1995. It is part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail and home to a skeletal model of what is believed to be the world's largest dinosaur, a seismosaurus. The center also houses the first baby dinosaur bones collected in North America - the original discovery reported by paleontologist John R. Horner.
In addition to the above-mentioned displays, the center houses specimens of new species of several types of dinosaurs, including duckbills, ceratopsians, and tyrannosaurs. The mission of the center is to incorporate public education with scientific research, and the center offers the widest variety of paleontology programs available to the public.
The Two Medicine Dinosaur Center is one of 2 museums in Montana that employ degreed paleontological staff. The center provides assistance and expertise to other Montana Dinosaur Trail facilities in addition to conducting its own research and public education programs. It is open 7 days a week from Memorial Day through Labor Day and with varying hours the rest of the year.
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  • The two of us went on a one-day dig program on short notice (less than one week) with Stacia in July. After a 20-to 30-minute drive to the dig area, we learned how to identify fossilized dinosaur...  more »
  • What a wonderful day we had with Two Medicine Dinosaur center! My nephew and I participated in a full day program where we went out with two very knowledgeable guides. They showed us bones, devil's...  more »
  • Just kind of average. If you're super into dinosaurs you might find it interesting. Or if you're participating in a dig you might enjoy that. But my family and I stopped in for a visit on a weekend and really were finished with everything in under 30 minutes. The kids were kind of bored to be honest. The staff is friendly for sure! But there's just not a lot there in the museum alone. I wish we'd registered for a dig.
  • My husband and son did the full day dig. They thoroughly enjoyed it and learned a lot. Communicating with the staff to coordinate the dig was very easy. The staff was very knowledgeable. The museum is well worth the price of admission, too.

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