Dino Day

Friday, March 11, 2016
10 AM – 4 PM

Included with museum admission; FREE for Burke members, UW students, staff & faculty w/UW ID

See hundreds of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures from the Burke’s collection that once lived on the lost continent of Laramidia, from giant Triceratops to tiny two-legged crocodiles! Also meet paleontologists and talk to them about their research around the world.

Additional activities:

  • Uncover a fossil in the Dino Dig Pit
  • Watch scientists prepare a large Triceratops
  • Crack open fossils with the Stonerose Interpretive Center
  • Dress up in dino-gear & give your best roar

Photo: Burke Museum

Photo: Burke Museum

Photo: Burke Museum

Burke members receive priority admission starting at 9 am. Not a member? Join today!

Presented in partnership with the Northwest Paleontological Association and the Stonerose Interpretive Center of Republic, WA.

Parking advisory: Dino Day is a popular event and we're expecting large crowds. If the nearby parking lot is full, there is street parking available on adjacent streets and other lots on campus that are a short walk away. View our Plan Your Visit page or download the Plan Your Visit Map (PDF) for more information. 

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