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Featuring a 12-acre cultural and natural history campus with dinosaur exhibits, heritage exhibits, Pioneer Machinery Museum - ranching and farming equipment, Prairie Outpost Park with 11 historic buildings, classes, demonstrations, educational...more
This museum was much smaller than I had expected but the size can fool you. I am sure I spent a good hour looking around and reading about the various rocks,minerals and gems.
They have a small play area for kids and a few hands...More
The city of Dickinson bought the dinosaur museum last year & combined the names with the Dickinson heritage museum. $6 adult admissions gets you inside both. I only went to the heritage museum since I did the dinosaur museum 2 years ago. They are currently...More
This is a great little museum for families and for those who like museums. My daughter (22 at the time) and I stopped by on our way through ND on our way to Montana. I had lived in Minot, ND for 10 years and never...More
If you Google the North Dakota Dinosaur Museum the website will say it is closed. The museum has changed from private hands to the city and is open for business. It is a great little museum with a lot of dinosaur bones and different minerals...More
My son and I stopped in here for about an hour while staying in Dickinson. We had some time to mill around before leaving town. The museum has lots of fossils and geode rocks. Worth seeing. Dinosaur bones, etc. The second building currently has a...More
Surprising gem with well researched and presented information local and international dinosaur and gems, North Dakota history and pioneer machinery. We only had 45 minutes, could have spent twice as long. Regular.y scheduled tours are available.
The staff at this museum is VERY nice. They have a very nice dinosaur collection. Great for Kids!
The barn has many old farm machinery. This museum really displays many Old House items that are interesting to see.
I loved their rock collection from all...More
We stopped at the Dinosaur Museum and our 5-yr old was bowled over by the cool dinosaur fossils and the minerals. He kept going into the room on the side with glow-in-the-dark minerals lit by black light