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Expedition: Dinosaur, Rise of the Mammals

World Premiere of this special exhibition coming soon

Experience jaw-dropping, life-sized animatronic dinosaurs and step into the shoes of the explorers and scientists who study them! Expedition: Dinosaur, Rise of the Mammals is a turn back in time to the Cretaceous Period 66 million years ago. 

Life-sized, animatronic dinosaurs!

Explore the world of dinosaurs like never before. Walk alongside the T-rex and other life-sized dinos. See just how quickly the Earth changed once the asteroid hit. Journey through the Cretaceous Period and witness the rise of the mammals who survived the asteroid event.

Life-size Animatronic Dinos

Experience full motion, life-like animatronic dinosaurs, including:

  • Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Torosaurus
  • Dakotaraptor
  • And many more

Dinosaur Dig

Use your budding archeology skills to extract dinosaur bones from the earth

The Extinction Event

See just how quickly the earth changed once the asteroid hit! Tsunamis, Earthquakes rocked the world.

Tools from the Field

Explore all the instruments needed to find and recover dinosaur fossils

Interactive Fossil Scanner

Discover more about dinosaur fossils when you put them through the interactive dino scanner.

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Dino Fun Facts & Resources

Did you know…

  • Dinosaur fossils have been found on all seven continents!
  • Paleontologists are like detectives who examine the evidence that extinct animals left behind. Those clues to what dinosaurs were like are found in fossils—the ancient remains of an organism, such as teeth, bone, or shell—or evidence of animal activity, such as footprints and trackways.
  • The age of Dinosaurs never ended! Instead, a group of dinosaurs gave rise to a new, small airborne form: birds.
  • Recent evidence shows that all dinosaurs, even the T-Rex, may have had feathers!

Additional Resources

  • T-Rex: The Ultimate Predator (American Museum of Natural History)
    This page includes free downloadable educator guides, activity sets, and worksheets.
  • Paleontology for Kids (American Museum of Natural History)
    This webpage is FULL of games, stories, videos, and hands-on activities for you to try at home with your kids.

Expedition: Dinosaur, Rise of the Mammals® was created by Stage Nine Design and is distributed by Exhibits Development Group.

Expedition: Dinosaur, Rise of the Mammals® is sponsored by Lehigh County with support from PPL.

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