3 Best Dinosaur Museums That Every Dinosaur Fan Should Visit


Dinosaur Museums

Let’s admit it, there is not a person on Earth who isn’t even a bit interested in knowing about dinosaurs. These majestic beings had ruled the Earth once, but sadly enough we can now only see what is remaining of them in dinosaur museums. But, the fact that they are gone does not stop us from being intrigued by them, right?

While growing up, or even when grown up, we have absolutely loved the movies that have told anything about dinosaurs. Be it the Jurassic Park series or the Ice Age series, the ones who have watched it cannot deny that they haven’t enjoyed watching these movies.

So, if you are as much of a dinosaur fan as you say you are, what’s stopping you from visiting the amazing dinosaur museums that the Earth has? We are sure that you are sure to be blown away when you visit these places!

Interested? Excited to plan your trip? But don’t know where to go? Don’t worry, we have you covered!

Check out our list of the 3 best dinosaur museums and get ready to have your minds blown to bits! Read along!

Museum für Naturkunde (Berlin)

A large building

If you are someone who would love to see all kinds of dinosaurs that walked the Earth, then Museum fur Naturkunde in Berlin is just the place you should visit! It holds a large collection of bones that have been excavated mostly from Tanzania during the 20th century.

The most impressive piece of the collection is the 41 foot, 5 inch Brachiosaurus that can definitely scare even an adult! The reminiscents of this dinosaur even hold a Guinness World Record of the tallest dinosaur to have ever been found.

The Archaeopteryx, the dinosaur that connects the dinosaurs and the birds also has a place in this museum and is another crown jewel that the place holds.

Field Museum (Chicago)

A close up of a tree

The Field Museum in Chicago has dinosaurs from far away places like Madagascar and even Antarctica. They have named the largest dinosaur of their collection, a Tyrannosaurus, Sue, who stands right at the exhibit of the museum to greet the visitors.

Sue, the Tyrannosaurus’ skull itself weighs a whopping 600 pounds! She or maybe he, flashes all 58 teeth thus scaring or intriguing each and every visitor.

If you ever want to write an essay, a novel or a movie like the one you saw in Jurassic Park and need some inspiration, you might as well invest some money and time in paying Sue a visit! You’ll get enough inspiration to write a whole series!

National Dinosaur Museum (Canberra, Australia)

Anyone living or traveling in Australia looking for some fun and excitement should definitely visit this museum. It holds Australia’s largest collection of dinosaurs, including footprints!

Ranging from a display of bones to a dinosaur garden, this museum has it all.

Wrapping Up

So, these were our best picks of dinosaur museums in and around the world. Whether or not you are a dinosaur fan, you should definitely pay a visit to one of these during your lifetime. We promise you, it’ll be worth it.

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