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The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will present a new futuristic DinoLabs, filled with cutting-edge movement technology that will enthrall and entertain. Guests can interact with dinosaurs in DinoStomp. When you romp, the dinosaurs roar. Express your creativity and watch DinoGlow bring your art to life.

DinoLabs is filled with treasured artifacts and specimens from the Museum's paleontology collection. Allosaurus and Camptosaurus, the "Fighting Dinosaurs," are highlights of the exhibition which also features a Tenontosaurus discovered in nearby Parker County.

The redesign was spearheaded with the move of Paluxysaurus jonesi, the official State Dinosaur of Texas, to a prominent spot in the Atrium in July. The 20-ton dinosaur now greets guests as they arrive to the Museum and DinoDig remains part of the Museum's dinosaur experience where budding paleontologists can dig for fossils and uncover dinosaur 'bones'.

DinoLabs will foster an understanding of earth sciences, geology and even conservation through the story of the dinosaur, which plays an important role in learning and discovery.

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will present a new futuristic DinoLabs, filled with cutting-edge movement technology that will enthrall and entertain. Guests can interact with dinosaurs in DinoStomp. When you romp, the dinosaurs roar. Express your creativity and watch DinoGlow bring your art to life.

DinoLabs is filled with treasured artifacts and specimens from the Museum's paleontology collection. Allosaurus and Camptosaurus, the "Fighting Dinosaurs," are highlights of the exhibition which also features a Tenontosaurus discovered in nearby Parker County.

The redesign was spearheaded with the move of Paluxysaurus jonesi, the official State Dinosaur of Texas, to a prominent spot in the Atrium in July. The 20-ton dinosaur now greets guests as they arrive to the Museum and DinoDig remains part of the Museum's dinosaur experience where budding paleontologists can dig for fossils and uncover dinosaur 'bones'.

DinoLabs will foster an understanding of earth sciences, geology and even conservation through the story of the dinosaur, which plays an important role in learning and discovery.

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will present a new futuristic DinoLabs, filled with cutting-edge movement technology that will enthrall and entertain. Guests can interact with dinosaurs in DinoStomp. When you romp, the dinosaurs roar. Express your creativity and watch DinoGlow bring your art to life.

DinoLabs is filled with treasured artifacts and specimens from the Museum's paleontology collection. Allosaurus and Camptosaurus, the "Fighting Dinosaurs," are highlights of the exhibition which also features a Tenontosaurus discovered in nearby Parker County.

The redesign was spearheaded with the move of Paluxysaurus jonesi, the official State Dinosaur of Texas, to a prominent spot in the Atrium in July. The 20-ton dinosaur now greets guests as they arrive to the Museum and DinoDig remains part of the Museum's dinosaur experience where budding paleontologists can dig for fossils and uncover dinosaur 'bones'.

DinoLabs will foster an understanding of earth sciences, geology and even conservation through the story of the dinosaur, which plays an important role in learning and discovery.

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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
1600 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://fortworthmuseum.org/dinolabs-dinodig

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