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A visit to the Museum is both educational and inspiring. There are many exhibits with excellent descriptions. They depict the Wyoming area as a function of time beginning with the dinosaurs. And BTW there is a complete skeleton of a large dinosaur standing guard over...More
The main attraction at the museum is the #Allosaurus#. It has been featured in the BBC documentary. All age groups can comprehend the real dimension's of the dinosaurs without much of an oral explanation. University of Wyoming Geological Museum has received coverage from National Geographic,...More
Fantastic dinosaurs!!! This is a small museum but well worth your time. On the second floor was an amazing time line showing how water covered various parts of our country in different time periods. The bearded lady exhibit was very interesting!
Let's face it - it's called the "Geology Museum" but mainly it's a paleontology museum. There is an evolving set of exhibits, and nicely renovated space that allows for more exhibits. To my mind, though, one of it's chief attractions is the glimpses it provides...More
A small but very interesting and informative museum. We liked the presentation of the different excavation projects and the geological history of Wyoming. The different situations of Wyoming from being under water to the altitudes of today and the location relative to today's continents are...More