Makoshika Dinosaur Museum, Glendive

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The Makoshika Dinosaur Museum was a private, non-profit regional museum located in Glendive, eastern Montana, United States. It opened in 2004, and before its closure, attracted between 1,500 and 2,000 visitors each summer. It was housed in a building dating from the 1900s and presented dinosaur casts/sculptures and fossils from around the world. It has since been reported closed.
Before its closure, the Makoshika Dinosaur Museum was a part of the Montana Dinosaur Trail.
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  • The impressive thing about this small museum is that the things that you see there were actually found on the site. That is very cool.  more »
  • We stopped at the local museum in town. It has bones and casts from actual animals found in the area. It is not too large, but has a lot of stuff. Cost $3.00 and worth it. There is a larger one...  more »

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